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Durban to the Rescue

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A 24-year-old Filipino sailor was evacuated by a SAAF (South African Air Force) military helicopter off the coast of Durban after falling into the cargo hold of the ship he was working on – 50 nautical miles offshore. The man, who was on board the 225m bulk carrier Majorca, sailing from …

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Durban IS the next “Big Thing” in Africa!

World Routes is officially handed over to Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa, hosting the event in 2015.

As a record-breaking World Routes event in Chicago draws to a close, the Chicago Department of Aviation and Choose Chicago have officially handed the event over to the Province of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. The 21st World Route Development Forum will take place in the KwaZulu-Natal’s coastal City of Durban, South …

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TOPS at SPAR Bierfest 2014

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Durban had its own ‘little Germany’ this weekend when TOPS at SPAR Bierfest came to town. It was my first time going, and I can’t believe how much fun I’ve missed out on! To start, you could feel the cheerful vibe from outside the tent, so when I walked in, I was …

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uShaka Marine World wins Tourism Award!

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uShaka Marine World is making waves again! Last weekend, South Africa’s favourite theme park destination attended the Lilizela Tourism Awards and took home the Lifestyle and Cultural Award and Marine Adventure Award. These awards recognise and reward tourism players and businesses who work passionately and with pride to deliver a …

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Guinness World Record Broken By IBV & The Supercar Club!

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Guinness World Record Broken By IBV International Vaults & the IBV Supercar Club! A Parade of 211 Super Cars, Sports Cars & luxury vehicles as well as motorcycles graced the streets and highways of the beautiful city of Durban on Sunday, all in support of the IBV Supercar Club Charity Parade.   …

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Water rations forecast if heat persists

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Brace yourself for dry weeks ahead and the possibilities of water restrictions. Dam levels in KwaZulu-Natal have fallen and below average rain is forecast for the months ahead. This means water rationing could be on the cards, Umgeni Water, the province’s main water provider has warned. Further salt to this …

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IBV Supercar Club Attempts World Record in Durban this Sunday

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It is not every day that the super-rich deploy their deliriously expensive and enviable supercars to ameliorate someone’s life and surpass world records while doing so. IBV Supercar Club is committed to making a discernible impact by driving a Guinness World Record supercar parade event in Durban on 21 September …

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Cool break from heat in Durban

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Relief is on its way: Thursday’s scorching temperatures are not expected to last, with a cold front predicted for Friday. With the mercury predicted to touch 34-35ºC in Durban and Ladysmith on Thursday and 37ºC in Pietermaritzburg, the weather bureau advises people to drink water and avoid hard work. They …

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