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name for the coastal city of Durban is 'eThekwini' meaning 'where the ocean and earth meet.'
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durban - Google News
Pietermaritzburg man drowns at Durban beach - News24
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Fans furious after Hrithik-Madhuri Durban show gets cancelled - Business Standard
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5 things to do in Durban - Independent Online
Durban man killed in apparent hit | News24 - News24
WATCH: Gang hits Durban mall | IOL - Independent Online
Durban toddler in serious condition after near drowning - Citizen
Take note of Tour Durban road closures | Berea Mail - Berea Mail
Durban church's minibus stolen - News24
Durban Hub shapers to engage WEFA on an inclusive economy - Independent Online
ANC prepares for face-off against former Durban municipal boss ... - Times LIVE
Top 10 things to do in Durban
Lonely Planet Durban
Durban is an archetypal African city and as such represents a place where climate change poses significant and ongoing challenges to sustainable development and human well-being. Against the backdrop of a population that is already vulnerable in terms of poverty, health, water and food security, the implications of climate change are likely to be dramatic. The way in which Durban has responded to these impending threats stands as an example not only to other cities in South Africa and Africa, but also to the rest of the world. Durban provides an example of what is possible in the face of numerous developmental challenges and minimal resources and as such, is increasingly being acknowledged as South Africa’s climate capital, and also as a global leader in the field of climate protection planning.
South Africa: Durban Hotels Challenged to Go Green - AllAfrica.com
Recommended Listening (Radio and Podcasts)
East Coast Radio
KwaZulu-Natal Wildlife Parks and Nature Reserves
Imagine Durban is a Council-led, community driven project on integrated, long-term planning.
November 28 - December 9, 2011
- Durban hosts the
17th Conference of the Parties (COP 17)
of the United Nations Framework Convention on
(UNFCCC) and CMP 7.
Responsible Tourism in Cities
May 7-10, 2011
Albert Luthuli Convention Centre
is one of the largest tourism marketing events on the African calendar and one of the top three ‘must visit’ events of its kind on the global calendar. It showcases the widest variety of Southern Africa's tourism services. Centrally located and just a quarter of an hour from the airport,
Albert Luthuli Convention Centre
is minutes from hotels and beaches
Is Cycling a viable and safe option for Durban?
- The traditional city urban transport planning process has given rise to transport systems that result in higher car ownership, more and longer trips and less public transport. This has brought about community costs in terms of road fatalities and injuries, congestion, large capital investment,high personal transport costs and environmental degradation. Many cities in the world today are looking at enhancing their sustainability by including cycling and walking as part of their integrated transportation strategies.
Greater St. Lucia Wetland Park
Durban - Wikitravel
Tips for visiting traditional markets in Durban ...
The Markets of Warwick Tour in Durban
Durban's Biodiversity Report
The Durban Botanical Gardens hosts food garden workshops.
(to make / create in the
) is an interdisciplinary creative collective that believes in the transformative role of creativity in building safer and more livable cities. Dala emerged as a response to the growing need for a sustainable space for creative practitioners actively engaging in the production of art / architecture for social change.
Durban in KwaZulu Natal Province is the third large city in South Africa after Johannesburg (Gauteng Province) and C
Old Station Building
is the result of a mix-up with Toronto station in Canada. Architects sent the wrong plans from London in 1992, so Durban has a rather closed station which can withold 5 meters of snow, while Toronto's station roof collapesed in the first major snow-fall.
King Shaka International Airport is located at 35 kilometers (22 miles) north of the city center, it opened its doors a month before the start of the 2010 FIFA World Cup. The airport is part of the
Durban is home to the Sharks rugby team who play in the
Kings Park Stadium
(known colloquially as The Shark Tank), the Dolphins cricket team and the AmaZulu Soccer Club. Please note that Vuvuzelas are not permitted to be brought into the Stadium on game days.
The Moses Mabhida Stadium epitomizes architectural innovation and takes its design inspiration from the South African flag, with its grand arch representing the unity of this sport-loving nation. The two legs of the arch on the southern side of the stadium come together to form a single footing on the northern side, symbolizing the new unity of a once-divided country.
iSimangaliso Wetland Park
iSimangaliso Wetland Park is located on the east coast of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa about 275 kilometers north of Durban.
The isiMangaliso World Heritage Site - Kian Barker
__ - Kian’s depth of knowledge for the unique isiMangaliso Wetland Park reaches across its troubled history to its emergence as a World Heritage Site: a home for diverse wildlife, from sea turles to elephants, and five eco-systems.
If it is 4pm in Durban, what time is it elsewhere?
Durban - Safari Now
Durban: South Africa's Playground
Durban - Google Earth
- Zulu hats and fabrics
- Durban-based artist
thttp://www.minttheshop.com - online retro smalls from Durban
- food blog from Durban
- our digital heritage consultancy
Nightlife in Durban
The distance to
is 1,606 kilometers.
Port Shepstone 120 kilometers (75 miles) south of Durban
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