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DURBAN, KWAZULU NATAL, SOUTH AFRICA eThekwini Municipality A Useful Directory


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3 TABLE OF CONTENTS SOUTH AFRICAN FACTS AND STATISTICS .......................................................................................... 6 LANGUAGES IN SOUTH AFRICA ................................................................................................................ 6 LITERACY ........................................................................................................................................... 6 RELIGION ........................................................................................................................................... 6 DURBAN FACTS, STATISTICS AND INFORMATION ............................................................................. 6 CITY OF DURBAN VISION ........................................................................................................................ 7 ETHEKWINI MUNICIPALITY – AN OVERVIEW................................................................................................ 7 GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT DURBAN ....................................................................................... 8 TOWNS WITHIN THE MUNICIPAL BOUNDARIES: ........................................................................................... 8 POLICE STATIONS: ................................................................................................................................ 8 MEDICAL FACILITIES:............................................................................................................................. 8 LAW COURTS: ..................................................................................................................................... 8 PRISONS: ........................................................................................................................................... 8 STATISTICS, GEOGRAPHY & CLIMATE ............................................................................................... 9 ELECTRICITY ........................................................................................................................................ 9 HEALTH RISKS ..................................................................................................................................... 9 TIME ZONE......................................................................................................................................... 9 BUSINESS HOURS ................................................................................................................................. 9 PUBLIC HOLIDAYS 2010.................................................................................................................... 9 CLIMATE .......................................................................................................................................... 10 CLOTHING ........................................................................................................................................ 10 GDP GROWTH RATE .......................................................................................................................... 11 INFLATION........................................................................................................................................ 11 TRADING PARTNERS ........................................................................................................................... 11 INDUSTRIES ...................................................................................................................................... 11 GEOGRAPHY ..................................................................................................................................... 11 LANGUAGES ..................................................................................................................................... 11 EMERGENCIES ................................................................................................................................... 11 PHARMACY ...................................................................................................................................... 11 WEATHER ........................................................................................................................................ 11 SAFETY .......................................................................................................................................... 11 A GUIDE TO SAFETY TIPS FOR TOURISTS ......................................................................................... 12 ON THE STREET ................................................................................................................................. 12 IN THE CAR ...................................................................................................................................... 12 ON THE BEACH ................................................................................................................................. 12 VISITING SITES IN RURAL AREAS............................................................................................................. 12 MONEY MATTERS.......................................................................................................................... 13 SISTER CITY PROGRAMME ............................................................................................................. 13 CONSULATE AND EMBASSY DETAILS FOR DURBAN ........................................................................ 16 DURBAN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT ............................................................................................... 18 VISAS ............................................................................................................................................. 18 KING SHAKA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT ......................................................................................... 18 DUBE TRADE PORT ........................................................................................................................ 19 THE DURBAN FILM OFFICE ............................................................................................................. 20 THE DURBAN INVESTMENT PROMOTION AGENCY (DIPA) ............................................................... 21 DIPA FLAGSHIP PROJECTS IN DURBAN ..................................................................................................... 23 PROTOCOL FOR HOLDING AN EVENT IN THE ETHEKWINI MUNICIPALITY.......................................... 27 ORGANIZATIONS UNDERTAKING MOST OF THE EVENT PLANNING AND DESTINATION MARKETING FOR THE MUNICIPALITY: 27 MEDIA CONTACTS IN DURBAN ....................................................................................................... 28


4 OTHER DURBAN AGENCIES ............................................................................................................ 28 THEKWINI BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION - TBDC ......................................................................... 28 TRADE & INVESTMENT KWAZULU NATAL - TIK.......................................................................................... 29 DURBAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE & INDUSTRY ........................................................................................ 29 INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION CENTRE - ICC ............................................................................................. 29 DURBAN TOURISM – TOURISM AUTHORITY OF THE ETHEKWINI MUNICIPALITY ................................................... 30 TOURISM KWAZULU-NATAL ................................................................................................................. 30 USHAKA MARINE PARK INFORMATION .................................................................................................... 30 DURBAN RICKSHA BUS .................................................................................................................. 31 FIFA WORLD CUP 2010 – DURBAN .................................................................................................. 31 THE MOSES MABHIDA STADIUM .................................................................................................... 32 2010 LEGACY ................................................................................................................................... 32 QUICK FACTS: ................................................................................................................................... 33 STADIUM TOURS ...................................................................................................................... 34 OPENING HOURS: .......................................................................................................................... 34 STREET CHILDREN AND FEEDING SCHEMES IN AND AROUND DURBAN ............................................ 36 ORGANIZATIONS RENDERING SERVICES TO STREET CHILDREN ........................................................................ 37 DURBAN REFUGEE SERVICE PROVIDERS (DRSP) NETWORK ............................................................. 40 REFUGEE SERVICE PARTNERS................................................................................................................. 40 ORGANIZATIONS WORKING TOGETHER TO BUILD STRONG AFRICAN PARTNERSHIPS AGAINST XENOPHOBIA ................................................................................................................................ 42 ETHEKWINI MUNICIPAL SERVICES CONTACT LIST ............................................................................ 42 THE ETHEKWINI MUNICIPALITY MANAGEMENT TEAM ................................................................... 44 CONTACT DETAILS FOR THE OFFICE OF THE CITY MANAGER: ETHEKWINI MUNICIPALITY ........................................ 46 MUNICIPAL STAFF EMPLOYED: ............................................................................................................... 46 WARD AND PR COUNCILLORS – ETHEKWINI MUNICIPALITY ............................................................ 47 DURBAN STREET NAME CHANGES.................................................................................................. 55 USEFUL CONTACT NUMBERS / EMAILS AT A GLANCE ...................................................................... 58 EMERGENCY NUMBERS........................................................................................................................ 58 IMPORTANT NUMBERS ........................................................................................................................ 58 PARKS BOARD RESERVATIONS ............................................................................................................... 59 WEATHER ........................................................................................................................................ 59 GENERAL ......................................................................................................................................... 59 INTERNET CAFES ................................................................................................................................ 59 CENTRAL POST OFFICE ........................................................................................................................ 59 LIBRARIES ........................................................................................................................................ 59 HEALTHCARE ................................................................................................................................. 59 AMBULANCE ..................................................................................................................................... 59 HOSPITALS ....................................................................................................................................... 60 MEDICAL CENTRES & SERVICES.............................................................................................................. 60 TRANSPORT .................................................................................................................................. 60 CAR HIRE ......................................................................................................................................... 60 TAXIS.............................................................................................................................................. 60 INTER-CITY COACH SERVICES................................................................................................................. 60 DURBAN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT ......................................................................................................... 60 ART / PARKS/ GARDENS /MUSEUMS /NATURE RESERVES/ ATTRACTIONS / HISTORY AND TOURISM OFFICES......................................................................................................................................... 60 ART GALLERIES .................................................................................................................................. 60 PARKS / GARDENS /NATURE RESERVES & TOURISM OFFICES ........................................................................ 61 BEACHES AND POOLS .......................................................................................................................... 61 HISTORICAL SITES 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5 CULTURE & HERITAGE ......................................................................................................................... 61 MUSEUMS .................................................................................................................................... 62 UNIQUE EXPERIENCES ................................................................................................................... 62 SCUBA DIVING .................................................................................................................................. 62 WALKING TOURS ............................................................................................................................... 62 HELICOPTER TOURS ............................................................................................................................ 62 BOAT TRIPS ...................................................................................................................................... 62 STEAM TRAIN ................................................................................................................................... 63 WHERE TO GO ............................................................................................................................... 63 ATTRACTIONS ................................................................................................................................... 63 THEATRES ........................................................................................................................................ 64 KIDDIES ATTRACTIONS......................................................................................................................... 64 SPORT ........................................................................................................................................... 64 FOOTBALL ........................................................................................................................................ 64 SAFA KZN ...................................................................................................................................... 65 PROFESSIONAL SOCCER LEAGUES............................................................................................................ 65 LOCAL FOOTBALL ASSOCIATIONS ............................................................................................................ 65 FIFA BEACH SOCCER .......................................................................................................................... 65 KZN ATHLETICS ................................................................................................................................. 65 KZN CRICKET .................................................................................................................................... 65 KZN RUGBY ..................................................................................................................................... 65 KZN TENNIS ..................................................................................................................................... 65 KZN SURF LIFESAVING ........................................................................................................................ 65 KZN BADMINTON .............................................................................................................................. 65 KZN AQUATICS ................................................................................................................................. 65 KZN POLO ....................................................................................................................................... 65 KZN DISABILITY SPORTS ...................................................................................................................... 65 GOLF AND GAME ........................................................................................................................... 65 SHOPPING CENTRES / MALLS ......................................................................................................... 66 USEFUL INTERNET LINKS ................................................................................................................ 67 THE OFFICIAL SITE OF THE CITY OF DURBAN ............................................................................................. 67 FOREIGN EMBASSIES, CONSULS & REPRESENTATIVES IN SOUTH AFRICA ........................................................... 67 HOW TO FIND ACCOMMODATION IN DURBAN / SOUTH AFRICA (HOTELS, BED & BREAKFAST, HOSTELS, CAMPING ETC) ..................................................................................................................................................... 67 DURBAN TOURISM INFORMATION SITES: ................................................................................................. 67 WHERE TO EAT IN DURBAN.................................................................................................................. 68 ADVENTURE, ACTIVITIES, THINGS TO DO IN AND AROUND DURBAN ............................................................... 68 DURBAN BUSINESS INFORMATION .......................................................................................................... 68 TRAVEL / TRANSPORT BOOKINGS ........................................................................................................... 68 ONLINE MAPS................................................................................................................................... 69 WEATHER FORECASTS ETC FOR DURBAN, SOUTH AFRICA & THE REST OF THE WORLD. ....................................... 69 ONLINE CONVERSION OF ANY MEASUREMENTS, TEMPERATURES ETC. ............................................................ 69


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CITY OF DURBAN eThekwini Municipality South Africa

SOUTH AFRICAN FACTS AND STATISTICS

Location: Southern most tip of Africa, bordering Botswana 1,840 km, Lesotho 909 km, Mozambique 491 km, Namibia 967 km, Swaziland 430 km, Zimbabwe 225 km Capital: Pretoria Population: 42,718,530 Ethnic Make-up: Black 75.2%, White 13.6%, Coloured 8.6%, Indian 2.6% Religions: Christian 68% (includes most Whites and Coloureds, about 60% of Blacks and about 40% of Indians), Muslim 2%, Hindu 1.5% (60% of Indians), indigenous beliefs and animist 28.5% Government: Republic

Languages in South Africa South Africa has 11 official languages. English is the language of administration, which is spoken throughout the country. The other official languages are Afrikaans, Ndebele, Northern Sotho, Southern Sotho, Swazi, Tsongo, Tswana, Venda, Xhosa, and Zulu.

Literacy 86.4%

Religion Christian 68% (includes most whites and Coloreds, about 60% of blacks and about 40% of Indians), Muslim 2%, Hindu 1.5% (60% of Indians), indigenous beliefs and animist 28.5%

DURBAN FACTS, STATISTICS AND INFORMATION


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City of Durban Vision By 2020, the eThekwini Municipality will enjoy the reputation of being Africa's most livable city, where all citizens live in harmony. This vision will be achieved by growing our economy and meeting people's needs so that all citizens enjoy a high quality of life with equal opportunities, in a city that makes us are truly proud.

Location: Durban lies on the east coast of Southern Africa, in the province of KwaZulu-Natal. It lies 600 km / 373 miles south of the Tropic of Capricorn; 600km / 373 miles southeast of Johannesburg and 77 km/ 48 miles south-east of Pietermaritzburg.

eThekwini Municipality – An Overview The eThekwini Municipal Area / EMMA (eThekwini Metropolitan Council) was created from the six former Sub-Councils of the North, North-Central, Outer West, Inner West, South Central, and South. Umkomaas Transitional Local Council and 11 traditional authority areas were included adding 900 km ² / 347miles² of land. eThekwini Municipality is well managed with an established organizational structure and administrative system in place. This area stretches from Umkomaas in the south, including some tribal area in Umbumbulu, to Tongaat in the north, moving inland to some tribal area in Ndwedwe, and ends at Cato Ridge in the west. The EMA covers an area of 2297km²/ 887miles² with a population of approximately 3 million people. The newly demarcated boundary increased the Durban Metropolitan area by 68% although increasing the population by only 9%. The majority of the newly incorporated areas are very rural in character with 50% of the area being used for subsistence farming and only 2% under urban settlement. These areas have little or very poorly maintained infrastructure. Being incorporated into the EMA brings hope of access to better services and opportunities to these residents. The provision of basic services to these areas is the challenge that council now faces. In the new dispensation, the eThekwini council has 200 councilors. One hundred of them are elected ward councilors and the other hundred candidates were elected to represent political parties based on proportional representation. Of the two hundred councilors, there are 54 females and146 males. The city is located on a huge natural lagoon that forms its harbour with a range of hills inland that are the remains of fossilized sand dunes. Durban, South Africa’s premier east-coast city has been the country’s favourite holiday destination for decades and offers an unrivalled tourist experience. The province of KwaZulu-Natal maintains a dominant position in the domestic tourism market, generating R3-billion to the province with over five million people visiting Durban annually. The city also captures over 400 000 international visitors per year.

The Durban area is also a thriving business centre and is South Africa’s second most important economic region. The Port of Durban is one of the most significant seaports in the world. Handling over a million containers annually the Port and the Durban region have become the


8 trading gateway to the growing Southern African market as well as the channel for South Africa’s entry into world markets. The port of Durban is South Africa’s most important general cargo and container port. Durban handles 50% of South Africa's break bulk cargo and 64.8% of containerized traffic; it processes more containers than all other South African ports combined, and earns 65% of total national port revenue. Currently, around 27 million tons of cargo is handled annually in Durban. This is projected to reach over 51 million tons by 2015 eThekwini is the main economic driver in KwaZulu-Natal, contributing over half of the province’s output, employment and income. In national terms, eThekwini is the second most important economic complex after Gauteng, accounting for 15% of the national output, 14% of household income, and 11% of national employment. eThekwini’s economic strength is due in part to its role as South Africa’s international trade hub as well as being a leading regional industrial, commercial, and financial centre in its own right. Supported by excellent road, rail and communications infrastructure, the Durban region has become the location of choice for manufacturing firms exporting a range of products.

GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT DURBAN Towns Within The Municipal Boundaries: Adams Mission, Amanzimtoti, Assagay, Austerville, Berea, Botha ’s Hill, Cato Ridge, Chatsworth, Clansthal, Clermont, Desainagar, Drummond, Durban, Elangeni, Gillits, Emberton, Gologodo, Hambanathi, Hillcrest, Illovo, Inanda, Inching, Isipingo Beach, Kingsburgh, Kloof, KwaDabeka, KwaMakhutha, KwaMashu, KwaNdengezi, La Lucia, La Mercy, Magabeni, Maidstone, Monteseel, Mpumalanga, Naidooville, New Germany, Newtown, Ntuzuma, Ottawa, Phoenix, Pinetown, Queensburgh, Roseneath, The Bluff, Tongaat, Umbogintwini, Umbumbulu, Umdloti Beach, Umgababa, Umhlanga, Umkomaas, Umlazi, Verulam, Waterfall, Westbrook, Westville, Winklespruit, Winston Park

Police Stations: Amanzimtoti, Amaoti, Bayview, Bellair, Berea, Bhekithemba, Brighton Beach, Broad Street, Cato Manor, Chatsworth, C R Swart Square, Duffs Road, Durban Intl Airport, Durban-North, Folweni, Greenwood Park, Hammarsdale, Hillcrest, Inanda, Inanda - Newtown, Isipingo, Kloof, KwaMashu, KwaDabeka, KwaMakhutha, KwaNdengezi, Lamontville, Nichol Square, Ntuzuma, Malvern, Marianhill, Maydon Wharf, Mayville, Montclair, Mpumalanga, Newlands East, Phoenix, Pinetown, Pinetown West, Point, Riverview, Shongweni, Sydenham, Tongaat, Umbilo, Umbumbulu, Umhlanga Rocks, Umkomaas, Umlazi, Vela, Verulam, Wentworth, Westville.

Medical Facilities: Addington Hospital, Chatsmed Garden Hospital, City Hospital, Clairwood Hospital, Crompton Hospital, Entabeni Hospital, Hillcrest Hospital, Isipingo Hospital, King Edward Vlll Hospital, King George V Hospital, Kingsway Hospital, KwaMashu Polyclinic, Kynoch Hospital, McCord Hospital, Mount Edgecombe Hospital, Nu-Shifa Hospital, Osindisweni Hospital, Parklands Hospital, Phoenix Hospital, RK Khan Hospital, St Aidan’s Hospital, St Augustine’s Hospital, St Mary’s Hospital, Umhlanga Hospital, Wentworth Hospital, Westville Hospital … plus 212 Clinics, Mobile Clinics & Primary Health Care Facilities.

Law Courts: Chatsworth, Durban (7), Umlazi, Mpumalanga, Pinetown, Verulam Prisons: Durban Prison, Umzinto Prison, Westville Prison


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STATISTICS, GEOGRAPHY & CLIMATE Municipal area: 2297km² (887miles²) Population: Electricity: Municipal budget 2009/2010: No of households: Educational institutions: Estimated population: Nine-year population growth: Average annual population Growth rate: Average population density (People per km2): Gross geographic product (GGP) as a percentage of GNP:

3,700,000 (most recent estimate – 2007) 220/230 volts R23 Billion 903 582 (most recent estimate – 2007) 1 052 Schools 3.5 million 14.93% 1.56 percent 1 379 10.8%

Electricity 220/230 volts (vs. 120 in the U.S.). Most modern computers can adjust to the voltage automatically (check the label on the external power supply--or on the computer itself, if the power supply is built in). South Africa has an unusual electric plug, so a plug adapter will be needed; and any device that cannot adjust or be switched to the higher voltage will require a transformer.

Health Risks Malaria is mainly confined to the eastern half of South Africa, especially on the loved (coastal plain). Bilharzia is also found mainly in the east but outbreaks do occur in other places, so you should always check with knowledgeable local people before drinking water or swimming in it.

Time Zone GMT/UTC plus two hours

Business Hours Office hours are Mon-Fri 8/8.30am-5pm. Banks open Mon-Fri 9am-3.30pm, Sat 8.30-11am. Shops are open Mon-Fri 8.30am-5pm, Sat 8.30am-12pm.

PUBLIC HOLIDAYS 2010 Jan 1 Mar 21 Apr 2 Apr 5 Apr 27 May 1 Jun 16 Aug 9 Sep 24 Dec 16 Dec 25

New Year’s Day. Human Rights Day. Good Friday. Family Day. Freedom Day. Workers’ Day. Youth Day. National Women’s Day. Heritage Day. Day of Reconciliation. Christmas Day.


10 Dec 26

Day of Goodwill.

Climate Durban is famed for its mild, sunny winter climate and year-round "fun-in-the-water" weather. Durban is blessed with an abundance of vegetation and a subtropical climate with sunshine for at least 320 days a year. Temperatures range from 16°C - 25°C / 61 °- 77°F during the winter months of June, July, and August. Summer temperatures can reach above 32°C / 90 °F with relatively high humidity during the hot season. Durban owes these characteristics to the equatorial current of the Indian Ocean, which is the source of a vast stream of warm, blue water flowing south-west through the Mozambique Channel. Seawater temperatures along the coast compare more favourably with those of the Mediterranean in summer (75°F / 24°C), but in winter, they seldom fall below 66°F / 19°C – which is 10° warmer than the Mediterranean in the same season. • • • • • • • • • • • • •

Altitude / Elevation: 26 ft./ 8m The average temperature in Durban, South Africa is 20.5 °C (69 °F). The average temperature range is 8 °C. The highest monthly average high temperature is 28 °C (82 °F) in February. The lowest monthly average low temperature is 11 °C (52 °F) in June, July. Durban's climate receives an average of 1003 mm (39.5 in) of rainfall per year, or 84 mm (3.3 in) per month. On average, there are 89 days per year with more than 0.1 mm (0.004 in) of rainfall (precipitation) or 7 days with a quantity of rain, sleet, snow etc. per month. The driest weather is in July when an average of 26 mm (1.0 in) of rainfall (precipitation) occurs across 3 days. The wettest weather is in February when an average of 128 mm (5.0 in) of rainfall (precipitation) occurs across 9 days. The average annual relative humidity is 79.1% and average monthly relative humidity ranges from 73% in June, July to 83% in March. Average sunlight hours in Durban range between 5.2 hours per day in October and 7.4 hours per day in May. There is an average of 2343 hours of sunlight per year with an average of 6.4 hours of sunlight per day. On average there is little to no frost in Durban at all

Durban Climate Graph (metric

Clothing Lightweight clothing will be fine during the South African summer. In winter, a jacket or coat may be needed, particularly in the evenings. At game reserves, you should wear neutral colors.


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GDP Growth Rate 0.9% Inflation 7.8% Trading Partners Africa, USA, UK, Germany, Japan, Italy

Industries Mining (world's largest producer of platinum, chromium), automobile assembly, metalworking, machinery, textile, iron and steel, chemicals, fertilizer, foodstuffs, agriculture & tourism

Geography Durban is found in the province of KwaZulu -Natal. Durban is situated on the southeastern seaboard of South Africa, bordered by the Indian Ocean on the east, by the Drakensberg Mountains on the west and to the south lays the Atlantic Ocean.

Languages There are as said previously, 11 official languages in South Africa. English is widely spoken. In Durban, the main language of business is English and pretty much everybody understands it. A variety of other languages are spoken: Zulu, Afrikaans, Hindi, Arabic, Gujurati, and Xhosa. You might encounter people who can speak German, Greek, Italian, Portuguese and French as there are sizable immigrant populations in the city

Emergencies -- For an ambulance, call tel. 10177 and ask to be taken to the casualty unit at Entabeni Private Hospital (tel. 031/204-1300). Staff will also treat non-emergencies. Police: tel. 300-3333; Flying Squad: tel. 10111; SAP Tourist Protection Unit: tel. 031/368-4453; Fire brigade: tel. 031/309-4341; NSRI (sea rescue): tel. 031/361-8567; Rape Crisis: tel. 031/3122323.

Pharmacy -- Late-night chemists include Medicine Chest (tel. 031/305-6151), 155 Berea Rd., and Day-Night Pharmacy (tel. 031/368-3666), 9A Nedbank Circle, corner of Point and West (the latter has free delivery).

Weather -- For a weather report, call tel. 082/231-1603.

SAFETY Durban’s Central Business District in partnership with the Metro Police, South African Police (SAP), and Tourist Protection Unit have made a considerable effort to safeguard tourists against crime, from surveillance cameras and improved lighting on the beachfront to security guards


12 watching over most large shopping centres and many businesses. Nonetheless, visitors should take precautions they would in any major city: avoid carrying large sums of cash, having cameras or video cameras loose, or leaving belongings unattended. Take special precautions at lonely lookout points, on the beachfront or in market areas where pick pocketing may occur, and take advice from locals on where to go after dark.

A GUIDE TO SAFETY TIPS FOR TOURISTS On The Street • Like any large city where a large percentage of the population is poor, Durban is troubled by street crime. Do not publicize your valuables, e.g. jewellery, cameras etc. • Use credit cards, or if not possible please carry only small amounts of cash • At night avoid isolated dark places • If you need any information a policeman or officer will gladly assist you • If you want a taxi, your hotel or the nearest tourist information office can recommend a reliable service • Be Aware Of Your Surroundings • Get advice from your hotel prior to embarking on foot

In The Car • • • • • •

Like anywhere else in the world, your safety is strongly dependant on you Always know where you are going Fasten your seatbelts, lock your doors and only open your windows about 5cm Never pick up strangers Do not use your cell phone while driving unless you have a hands free kit Never display your valuables in the car e.g. handbags, clothes, cell phones etc – rather lock them in the boot. • Be aware of your surroundings when you stop at a robot or stop street

On The Beach • • • • • • • • •

Swim only at beaches manned by lifeguards Swim between the beacons Obey the instructions of lifeguards Do not bring along valuables to the beach. Always leave them in a safety box at your hotel Use adequate sun protection cream When encountering difficulties in the sea raise one hand above your head. Do not take glass bottles to the beach Avoid mixing alcohol and swimming When you swim in the sea, consider asking your neighbor to keep an eye on your belongings, or leave belongings in lockers or with lifeguards

Visiting Sites in Rural Areas • • • • •

Establish how to observe the cultural protocol of that area Only visit traditional areas with recognized tourism operators or guides Use only registered qualified tourism guides Get advice from your local tourism office in the region for the best routes to follow Do not stop to pick up strangers


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MONEY MATTERS Currency South Africa uses the Rand (R) as its currency unit. The Rand is divided into 100 cents. Notes are in R200, R100, R50, R20, and R10. Coins are in denominations of R5, R2, R1 and 50c, 20c, 10c, 5c, 2c and 1c. The exchange rate tends to be in the international tourist’s favour.

Credit Cards: Most major credit cards are accepted throughout the country, with some restrictions in small towns and rural areas. These include Visa, American Express, Diners Club, and Master Card, which are honoured by most restaurants, hotels, car rental firms, and other points of sale and service. Automatic teller machines (ATM’s) will accept many international bank and credit cards. ATMs are situated outside most banks and in shopping malls. Few gasoline stations accept credit cards. Key a sharp eye out on the immediate vicinity of the ATM and do not allow strangers to help you.

Foreign Exchange: Foreign currency may be exchanged at any commercial bank or foreign exchange bureau, including Rennies Foreign Exchange (Division of Bidvest Bank Ltd.), American Express (associated with Nedbank), and First National Bank (Visa’s agent). Rennies Foreign Exchange:

0860 11 1177 (Division of Bidvest Bank Ltd) Mon-Fri:08h30-16h30 Sat: 08h30-12h00 Pavilion: Sat 08h30-12h00 Sun. 10h00 14h00 Gateway: Sat & Sun 11h00–15h00

Banks: Banks generally open on weekdays from 09h00 to 15h30 and Saturdays from 08h00 to 11h00 Value Added Tax: Value Added Tax (VAT) of 14 percent is levied on purchases and services. If you are a foreign visitor, you may reclaim VAT provided the total claim exceeds R250. VAT is refunded at the VAT Refund Office at Durban International Airport. Ensure that you request a tax invoice from the store where you made your purchase, on departure from South Africa, present your goods and tax invoice for inspection at the VAT refund desk, and then collect your VAT cheque. Be sure to have your purchases readily available for inspection on departure from South Africa. VAT Refund Office 031 469 3536 / 765 9373 VAT Refund Administrator 011 394 1117 Tipping: In restaurants, 10% of the bill usually applies, depending on the standard of service provided. Restaurants do not normally include the tip in the bill. Taxi drivers should also receive 10% of the amount charged 2.00 R per bag is generally the tip given to porters.

SISTER CITY PROGRAMME http://www.durban.gov.za/durban/government/igr/idr/sister/index_html?searchterm=sister%20cities The term 'sister cities' refers to friendly and strategic working arrangements between cities. In Europe it is called the 'twinning' of cities, and in South Africa, the term used is Municipal International Relations, or MIR. The City of Durban has forged strong relations with cities such as Chicago, Rotterdam, Leeds,


14 Guangzhou in China, and Oran in Algeria. How does the co-operation start? After intensive research on the part of prospective sister cities, the office of the Mayor of Durban is approached to sign a memorandum of understanding. The International and Governance Relations Department is responsible for managing and coordinating all existing Sister City agreements with the following cities: • • • • • • • • • • • • •

Alexandria - Egypt Bremen – Germany Bulawayo – Zimbabwe Chicago – USA Daejeon - South Korea Guangzhou – China Leeds – UK Le Port - Reunion Maputo - Mozambique Nantes - France New Orleans - USA Oran - Algeria Rotterdam – Netherlands


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All Sister City partnerships are based on formal cooperation agreements that focus on the following areas of cooperation: • Economic development and trade and investment promotion. • Sport and youth development with particular emphasis on the 2010 and beyond strategy. • Social upliftment, poverty alleviation and development • Environment protection • Culture, arts and tourism • Health • Educational support, skills transfer and sharing of skills and models of good practice • Safety and security The department is also responsible for researching and recommending strategic international cities to collaborate with the eThekwini municipality. The following cities are currently being researched for potential cooperation agreements: • • • • • •

Chennai - India Rio de Janeiro, Curitiba and Sao Paulo - Brazil Genoa - Italy Douala – Cameroon Astrakhan – Russia Madagascar and other strategic Indian Ocean Islands


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CONSULATE AND EMBASSY DETAILS FOR DURBAN CONSULATE Consulate General of India

NAME Mr. Harsh Vardhan Shringla

TEL 031 332 7020/21

FAX 031 332 7071

CG of the Kingdom of Lesotho

Mr. Manoeli Ntholi

031 3072323

031 307 5852

CG of the People’s Republic Mr. Lui Yantao of China CG of the United States of Mrs. Jill Derderian America

031 563 45 34 031 305 7600 x 3102 Dudu 031 261 6233

031 563 48 27 031 305 7650

Consulate of Austria (H)

Mr. Gerald Seitter

Consulate of Belgium (H)

Mr. Raymond Nazar

031 303 2840/1

Consulate of Canada (H)

031 303 9667 031 312 8608

Consulate of Denmark (H)

Mr. Richard McElligott Mr. Timothy Hammond Mr. Per Bjorvig

Consulate of France (H)

Mr. André Arnaud

031 573 1554

Consulate of Germany (H)

Mr. Horst Achtzehn

031 266 3920

Consulate of Greece

Mr. Christos

031 301

Consulate of Chile (H)

031 202 9396/7

031 261 6234 031 312 0434 031 312 1989 031 312 8608 031 202 9399 031 573 1447 031 266 3925 031 301

EMAIL officeofcg@cgidbn.com

POSTAL ADDRESS 1 Kingsmead Blvd (2nd floor), Kingsmead Office Park, Durban/ PO Box 3276, Durban, 4000 lesothodurban@telkomsa.net 2nd Floor Westguard House, Cnr West & Gardiner Street, Durban, 4001 chinaconsul_db_za@mfa.gov.cn 45 Stirling Crescent, Durban North, 4051 derderianjx@state.gov/ Suite 3101, 31st Floor, Old Mutual nzuzajd@state.gov Building, Durban, 4002 gerald@seboarch.co.za belcondbn@icon.co.za

mcelligott@telkomsa.net timhammond@pixie.co.za stc@mweb.co.za

fconsdbn@sos.co.za germanconsul@caraville.com grcdbn@mweb.co.za

10A Princess Anne Place, Glenwood, Durban, 4001 PO Box 47517, Greyville, Durban, 4001 18 Rossgardens, Morningside PO Box 5448, Durban, 4000 27 Cypress Avenue, Stamford Hill 67 Venice Road, Berea, Durban, 4001 PO Box 50226, Musgrave, Durban, 4062 185 Cato Road, Glenwood PO Box 20589, Durban North, 4016 PO Box 1166, Westville, 3630 2 Devonshire Place PO Box 1139, Durban, 4001


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Consulate of Hungary (H)

Zacharopoulos Mr. Laszlo Toth

4880/1 031 251 4000

Consulate of Italy

Mr. Ugo Ciarlatini

Consulate of Korea (H)

Mr. Rory Macpherson

031 368 4388/98 031 563 6280

Consulate of Malta (H)

Mr. Ronald Andrews

031 572 2041

Consulate of Madagascar (H) Consulate of Mozambique

Mr. J David Fox

031 312 9704

Mr. Joaquim C Mussassa Mr. Chris Beekman

031 304 0200

Consulate of Norway (H)

Mrs. Ragnhild Button

031 303 5212

031 303 5224

consulates@itt.co.za

Consulate of Poland (H)

Mr. Andreszj Kiepiela

031 266 9792

kesh@wozani.za.net

Consulate of Romania (H)

Mr. Sorin Dimitriu

031 303 6255

Consulate of Spain (H)

Mr. Granville Erswell

031 208 77 37

031 266 9055 031 312 3238 031 208 7737

Consulate of Switzerland (H) Consulate of the United Kingdom (H)

Mr. Hanspeter Graber

031 568 2457

Mrs. Marguerite Smith

031 5727259

Consulate of the Netherlands (H)

031 266 9291

4663 031 251 4253 031 368 4504 031 564 2424 031 572 5962 031 312 9704 031 304 0774 031 267 1568

031 568 2457 031 572 5157

laszlo@rebinc.co.za condurb.mail@esteri.it rorym@eastcoast.co.za randcons@mweb.co.za mdconsul@icon.co.za mozamcon@mweb.co.za info@netherlandsconsul.co.za

romsa@iafrica.com granvil@dvi.co.za

durban@honorarvertretung.ch/ hansg@saol.com Anthea.Otto@fco.gov.uk

71 Victoria Embankment PO Box 299, Zimbali, 4422 PO Box 1363, Durban, 4000 The Embassy Bldg, 199 Smith Street PO Box 2114, Mount Edgecombe, 4301 285 Umhlanga Rocks Dr, Glenashley, 4051 467 Innes Road, Morningside, Durban, 4001 320 West Street, 27th Floor, Room 2719, Durban, 4001 PO Box 12, Westville, 3630 Standard Bank Bldg, 135 Musgrave Road P.O. Box 51045, Musgrave Road, 4062 17 Overport Drive, Essenwood PO Box 1351, Westville, 3630 PO Box 70211, Overport, Durban, 4067 10a Poynton Place, Musgrave, Durban, 4001 / 120 Abrey Road Kloof PO Box 312, Umdloti, 4350 FWJK Court, 86 Armstrong Avenue, La Lucia Ridge, Durban, South Africa


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DURBAN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT Durban International Airport is situated 15 kilometres to the south of the city centre, caters for international, regional, domestic, and charter flights. There are not many intercontinental flights direct to or from Durban, however, most come or go via Johannesburg or Cape Town. The airport supports a number of international airlines, including South African Airways, British Airways, Singapore Airlines, Air Mauritius, Air Zimbabwe, and Swazi Express. There are also frequent domestic connections linking most cities in South Africa with South African Airways, British Airway/Comair, and South African Airlink. Airport code: DUR 2 (terminals combined in one building). Telephone: (0)31 451 6666. (The new King Shaka Airport will come into operation May 2010) Tourist Info Kiosk A tourism information office, operated jointly by the KwaZulu-Natal Tourism Authority, Tourism Durban, is located in the arrivals terminal. It offers visitors up-to-minute information on events, attractions, and services in the province. It also offers a fax-on-demand, Internet facilities, and instant access to accommodation, sightseeing tours, and the like. The office is open from 8am (9am on Sundays) to 9pm seven days a week. Facilities There are foreign exchange bureau in international arrivals and departures, a retail bank, and automated teller machines (ATMs) in arrivals. The airport also hosts a range of restaurants, bars, and duty-free shops. Transport Coach and shuttle services operate at regular intervals between the airport, the city, and the beachfront hotels. Taxis also run between the airport and the city centre. The departure point for all of these is in front of the departures terminal.

Visas Entry permits are issued free on arrival to visitors on holiday from many Commonwealth and most Western European countries, as well as Japan and the USA. If you aren't entitled to an entry permit, you'll need to get a visa (also free) before you arrive

KING SHAKA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT King Shaka International, just north of Durban on the eastern seaboard, is South Africa’s newest airport, and it's all geared to be ready & waiting for the FIFA™ 2010 World Cup. It will replace Durban International Airport.

Much bigger than Durban International King Shaka International is supposedly three times bigger than Durban International and will be able to handle 8 million passengers a year when it opens (Durban International currently can only handle 4.7 million passengers annually). It's being built at a cost of ZAR 7.4 billion and is the first “Greenfield” airport in South Africa.


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Room for Growth Future capacity is not a problem either. Durban International is expected to reach its limit by 2015, whereas King Shaka has been designed to expand in stages, up to a projected maximum of 45 million passengers by 2060. ACSA, with the help of local and international experts, has reportedly already developed a special transfer programme for the relocation of Durban International operations to King Shaka. Economic growth The airport is part of the massive Dube Tradeport development under construction on 2 060ha about 35km north of Durban, close to the N2 freeway. This is a cutting-edge complex which includes King Shaka International, a trade zone and an IT platform. Job Creation Some 12 000 people were employed for the building of the airport. Once complete, it's estimated that it will provide permanent employment for 8 000 staff (Durban International has a staff of only 5 000). Advanced facilities King Shaka’s runway is 3.7km in length, long enough to accommodate the world’s biggest passenger craft, the Airbus A380 and its closest rival, the Boeing B747. Expansion to 4km if necessary is possible. The 400 000m² of runways alone are the equivalent of 100 football fields. Ample parking With parking for 6 500 cars, 4 300 more than Durban International, traffic congestion will be greatly eased. Boost for KwaZulu-Natal's growth Durban is Africa’s busiest port and KwaZulu-Natal is the second fastest-growing province in industrial and commercial terms, contributing about 17% to GDP. These new facilities will go a long way to allowing KZN to compete with her richer sister to the north, Gauteng. Almost 50 000 tons of manufactured goods have to be trucked up to Johannesburg every year to be exported by air. As a result, many companies have relocated to Gauteng to cut down on transport costs. It is hoped that they will return once the airport and trade zone are complete. Besides the arrivals and departure terminals, with 16 passenger boarding bridges, and cuttingedge cargo terminal, the Dube Tradeport will also feature hotels, a conference centre, and entertainment area and retail space. An agricultural zone will allow for the cultivation of produce for export, and its proximity to the airport will ensure that time-sensitive crops are shipped out while still as fresh as possible. Potential tenants include local farmers, cooperatives and international horticultural companies.

DUBE TRADE PORT Durban’s ‘aerotropolis’ – the Dube Trade Port alongside the new international airport – has "lift off”! The state-of-the-art development, to be operational by 2010, will comprise: A modern new international passenger and cargo airport facility A trade zone A support zone An agri-zone A cyber port


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Dube TradePort strives to achieve a critical balance between economic development and environmental sustainability in its efforts to create an international trade platform capable of serving as a significant source of permanent and sustainable employment in KwaZulu-Natal. The Dube TradePort Project invites you to contact us at: Physical Address: 15th floor, Marine, 22 Gardiner Street, Durban. Postal Address: PO Box 2801, Durban, 4000. Telephone: +27 (0) 31 307 2857 Facsimile: +27 (0) 31 307 2636 Email: info@dubetradeport.co.za

THE DURBAN FILM OFFICE The Durban Film Guide is loaded with productive information about film and television production in Durban and KwaZulu Natal. It contains categorized listings of talent and companies servicing the industry. Designed as a comprehensive tool for locally based and visiting film and television professionals, the Durban Film Guide is produced by the Durban Film Office, a division of the eThekwini Municipality’s Economic Development Department. MISSION Durban is the country’s most attractive film and television production destination. The mission of the Durban Film Office, a division of the Economic Development Department of the EThekwini Municipality is threefold. Primarily, it serves to attract productions into the region including feature films, television commercials, video productions, music videos, and corporate industrials. Secondly, it streamlines the production process by acting as the liaison between government, the production company, and the local community. Lastly, the Film Office serves to build the local film and video community in every way possible, recognizing the tremendous economic impact the industry has on local vendors and job creation, as well as its profound public relations effects for the region. MARKETING The Durban Film Office actively markets Durban to the production industry in an effort to attract new projects to the area, strengthen the industry’s infrastructure, create new jobs, and boost the industry’s economic sector. SERVICES The Durban Film Office assists local and international production companies by providing services before, during, and after production. The Office is mandated to: • Market and promote the region as an ideal filming destination for stills, film, TV, and multimedia production. • Service the industry with relevant information and to provide logistical support to production companies. • Liaise with relevant government departments, business, and communities concerning filming projects and events.


21 • One Stop Permitting System - The Durban Film Office has been established with a vision to create a functional “One Stop Shop” service centre for film permitting. In addition, the Office works with other city agencies within the metropolis and around the region concerning administrative and regulative authorities in processing permitting logistics to coordinate production requests. PRELIMINARY LOCATION SCOUTING The Durban Film Office has established a relationship with professional location scouts and managers within the city who have extensive databases of photographic images of locations. The locations companies are also listed within the guide under the location’s category. CREW AVAILABILITY The Durban Film Office has a database of qualified technical staff and support businesses in the Durban area. In addition, the Office publishes an annual production guide that will provide local crew listings, technical support information and local soundstage and facility availability. IMPORTANT FACTS ABOUT FILMING IN DURBAN • The standing policy and regulative authority of the municipal by- laws states that a permit should be applied for from the Durban Film Office - when filming on public property. The permit is free of charge and can easily be obtained by calling the Durban Film Office at +27 31 336 2680 or www.durbanfilmoffice.com • The City of Durban requires a road closure permit (obtainable through the Durban Film Office or Durban Metro Police, Special Events Department) for any production that interferes with the normal flow of traffic. In addition, the public and business must be notified in advance for such a closure by your Production Coordinator in conjunction with the Durban Film Office’s Film Coordinator. • Productions filming on city-owned property must attach to its application for permission to film documentary evidence of public liability insurance cover, in an amount not less than R 5 million. For productions involving major stunts, special effects, or pyrotechnics, a higher level of insurance may be required. Please contact the Durban Film Office or the website at www.durbanfilmoffice.com for policy and regulation details. • Productions filming in residential neighbourhoods and private property are advised to inform the local residential associations and leaflet the neighbourhood. • Reservation of parking bays is permitted through the Metro Police’s Special Events Department or the Durban Film Office as part of the permit application procedure. • All permits, location, traffic, emergency, and police requests must be facilitated through the services of the Durban Film Office. Contact: Toni Monty 031 311 4243 montya@durban.gov.za

THE DURBAN INVESTMENT PROMOTION AGENCY (DIPA) 26th floor, Old Mutual Centre, 303 Pixley Kasema (West Street) DURBAN 4001, South Africa Tel: +27 31 336 2540 Fax: +27 31 336 2641 Email: info@dipa.co.za Website: www.dipa.co.za Background to DIPA Durban Investment Promotion Agency (DIPA) is a unit of the eThekwini Municipality, operating in partnership with Business and Government to drive local & foreign investment growth. It provides


22 investment facilitation, marketing, free advisory services and project management to attract new business and retain existing business in the City. DIPA was recommended by the Durban City Council and organised private business as the appropriate vehicle to stimulate economic growth and new investment in the Durban metropolis. DIPA’s main purpose is to “Facilitate sustainable investment in Durban for the benefit of all” through the: • Expansion, retention and aftercare of local corporate business within the Metro; • Proactive investment promotion and marketing of Durban Metro as an premium investment destination; • Proactive communication and marketing of the City’s large investment projects and core strategies; • Identification and development of new investment & business infrastructure opportunities, especially for the previously disadvantaged groups; • Attraction, support and facilitation for prospective foreign investors in Durban; • Improvement in the investment and economic development environment, in partnership with the National, Provincial, City and Business Authorities; DIPA co-operates closely with Department of Trade & Industry including Trade and Investment South Africa (TISA), Trade and Investment KZN (TIKZN), the Durban Chamber of Commerce and Industry, other parastatals such as the DBSA, IDC and Eskom, along with other financiers and organised business to promote economic growth and investment in Durban. This is done synergistically with the other Units & City Enterprises of eThekwini Municipality where required. We also leverage off the SA Foreign Offices abroad, plus the Foreign Consular Corps located in KZN. We strive to offer a world-class City service and investor promotion, facilitation and retention activities by: • Following a focussed investor relationship management, marketing and communication strategy, with a strong focus on BEE; • Making available appropriate and specific city and nationally based economic and sector information; • Facilitating the arrangement of appropriate meetings with the city's business and public sectors at all levels; • Arranging, and where required, lead site visits to industrial and commercial premises, along with introductions to complementary businesses, Empowerment Executives and financial organisations; • Enhancing and assisting certain processes and applications through the Durban Metro Council, S.A. Revenue Services, Dept. of Home Affairs, Dept. of Trade & Industry, etc. whilst attempting to reduce any bottlenecks in the new investment process; • Making available city-based opportunity studies, both directly and through local and foreign offices; • Providing regular feedback and advice on economic development trends and new business establishments in the Metro. DIPA abides by its philosophy of being “Online Line – On Time – Every Time” thus ensuring that business investors’ needs are always met efficiently and effectively 24 hours a day. With the incorporation of DIPA into the City’s structures, Durban now has a greater complementary, catalytic City Team that is helping to make it one of the most internationally attractive cities for investment. Full Services Suite DIPA offers a single window of access to the investor by offering the following: FREE Investment Services:


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General Economic information Research on specific sectors Introduction to key suppliers, financiers and customers Retention and expansion services Opportunity identification and development Local market analysis Site evaluation and selection Business establishment assistance Aftercare, plus

Destination Services: (Outsourced to your choice of “Big 4” Firm – up to 20 complimentary hours work) • Pre-Visits • Temporary and permanent accommodation • Immigration Visas • Shipment of household furniture • Orientation Tours • School tours and assistance with registration • Assistance with sourcing accommodation • Co-ordinate of all 3rd Party billings • Monthly management and status report • Continuous Relationship Maintenance • Expatriate Taxation • Departure Co-ordination, plus Business Establishment & Administration Services: (Partial outsourcing) • Up to 3 months rent free office for 2 persons • Formal company registration service (outsourced with costs covered) • National Department of Trade & Industry incentives application service • Business Admin Support, incl: copying and printing services; continuous or ad hoc and dedicated administrative assistance; translation services; business letter writing, data entry, filing and meeting facilitation; concierge services, including errands, scheduling and reservations; help with PowerPoint presentations, desktop publishing, audio and videoconferencing and database management • Refreshments: Self-serve or served tea, coffee and chilled filtered water; Business catering to suit your specific requirements • Reception and concierge services: Meeting and greeting your guests; Taxi, car, airline ticket and hotel bookings (Up to 25% discount on couriers) • communication services: Managing your faxes and messages, by phone or e-mails; Sorting and delivering mail, as well as sending your outgoing mail and faxes • Instant Telecommunications & Broadband Connectivity in office (only the variable call costs for investor’s account)

Dipa Flagship Projects in Durban NO .

NAME OF PROJECT

1.

Riverhorse

Valley

Business

CONTACT PERSON & COMPANY

CONTACT NUMBERS Int. Dialing Codes +27 31

Nosipho Ntuli

Nosipho Ntuli


24 Estate (Light Industrial, Commercial & Residential)

Tongaat Hulett Developments

2.

UShaka Marine World

Mike Lambert Managing Director Carlos Leite-Ferraz Marketing Manager C: 082 467 8818

3a.

Bluff Crestview Peace Centre (Memorial & Human Resource Management)

3b

Bluff Military development

Ragini Archary ACCORD African Centre for the Constructive Resolution of Disputes Logan Shaw

4.

Dube TradePort (Multi-modal logistics platform, e.g. Airport, Road/Rail & Cyberport)

5.

Suncoast Casino (Tourism/leisure & Hotel/Conference)

6a.

Sibaya Casino (Tourism/Zulu Heritage & Hotel/Conference)

Tristan Kaatze CEO Afrisun

6b.

Sibaya Extension

7.

Wilson’s Wharf (Restaurants, Theatre, small craft retail & harbour)

Mbongi Dhlomo Development Executive Tongaat-Hulett Developments Gary Simmonds Ithala

8.

ICC Expansion (Large international convention centre & hotel complex)

Jonathan Edkins eThekwini Architectural Department

9.

“Unity” or “Living” (Harbour Crossing)

Jonathan Edkins eThekwini Architectural Department

10.

Umhlanga Ridge New Town Centre (Large commercial, retail & residential development) Southgate Industrial (Light & heavier industrial complex/business park)

Mike Deighton Moreland Developments

Durban Point Development Company (Premier commercial

Colin Sher

11.

12.

Area

Bridge

Hamish Erskine th 15 floor The Marine 22 Gardiner Street Durban 4001 Robbie Naidoo Marketing Manager Personal Assistant: Vanessa Pillay E:vanessap@tsogosu n.com

Colleen Nel Heartland Properties

Tongaat Hulett Developments 305 Umhlanga Rocks Drive La Lucia, 4051 Tel: 031 560 1910 Email: Nosipho.Ntuli@thdev.co.za T: 031 328 8020 F : 031 328 8122 E : mlambert@ushakamarineworld.co.za Personal Assistant : Lynne Crouch www.ushakamarineworld.co.za T: 031 502 3908 F : 031 502 4160 C : 083 784 9495 E : ragini@accord.org.za www.accord.org.za T: 031- 764 1000 C: 82 555 9595 E : logan@1source.co.za T: 031 307 2857 F: 031 307 2636 C: 082 338 9433 E: hamish@dubetradeport.co.za T: 031 328 3000 F: 031 328 3007 C: 083 443 2757 E: robbien@tsogosun.com www.tsogosun.com

T: 031 580 5145 F: 031 E: khammond@sunint.co.za Personal Assistant: Karen Hammond T: 031-560 1925 C: 083-469 7214 F: 086-501 3603

T : 031 907 8812 F : 031 907 5685 C : 083 309 2044 E : gsimmonds@ithala.co.za www.ithala.co.za T: 031 300 2459 F : 031 300 2111 C : 083 259 4113 E : edkinsj@cesu.durban.gov.za www.icc.co.za T: 031 300 2459 F : 031 300 2111 C : 083 259 4113 E : edkinsj@cesu.durban.gov.za www.icc.co.za T: 031 560 1900 F: 031 566 1998 E: michael.deighton@moreland.co.za www.moreland.co.za T: 031 914 2460 F: 031 914 2472 C: 082 805 3775 E: colleenn@heartland.co.za T: 031 337 3460 F: 031 337 3412


25 & residential harbour mouth development)

C: 083 251 0369 E: colins@durbs.com www.durbanpoint.co.za T: 031 949 2000 F: 031 904 1480 C: 083 309 8991 E: regb@twini.co.za www.twini.co.za F: 084 444 2747 C: 084 444 2747 E: turin@ion.co.za T: 031 9102911 F: 031 912 1475 C: E: ksokhela@toyota.co.za www.toyota.co.za T: 031 560 1939 F : 0866802223 C : 083 255 5236 E : gerald.waller@moreland.co.za www.moreland.co.za T: 031 4512401 F : 031 4512754 C : 082 888 6034 E viv@paperman.co.za www.mondi.co.za T: 011 215 8282 F : 011 215 8222 C : 083 250 7010 E louis@keystoneinv.co.za T: 031 904 13 60 F: 086 566 8186 C: 083 703 6946 T: 031 336 25040 F : 031 336 2511 C : 083 380 7159 E : william.goldstone@kznonsource.co.za

13.

Heartland Estates (nee Umbogintwini Operational Services) (light & heavy industrial business park)

Reg Bhikum General Manager

14.

Ukusa ‘Toti Estuary Shopping Mall (Large commercial & retail development) Toyota SA Expansion

Sam Prakash

16.

“Bridge” or “Link” City (Presidential Project in “INK” Township area)

Gerald Waller Moreland Developments

17.

Mondi Paper SA Expansion

Viv McMenamin Director Mondi South Africa

18a .

Arbour Town Development (Large commercial, retail and residential development)

Louis Peens Keystone Investments

18b

THE GALLERIA SHOPPING CENTRE

Barbara Parker General Manager

19.

KZNonSOURCE (Contact Centre & BPO investments)

William Goldstone KZNonSOURCE

20.

Victoria Embankment (Multi-nodal development along harbour edge including retails, commercial and residential projects)

Sue Bannister Strategic Projects Unit eThekwini Municipality

T:336 - 2508 F : 031 336 2511 C : 083 656 2980 E : bannisters@durban.gov.za

21.

Centrum Site (CBD Multi-function Buildings proposed)

ITRUMP ABM Programme Manager

22.

Africa Square (Development of ICC: ARENA)

Jonathan Edkins City Architecture eThekwini Municipality Tel: 031 300 2459

T: 031 202 5785 F : 031 202 5807 C: E: T: 031 300 2459 F : 031 3002111 C : 083 259 4113 E : edkinsj@durban.gov.za

23.

Kings Park: Sport And Recreational Precinct (Incl. new Stadium)

Julie-May Ellingson Strategic Projects eThekwini Municipality

T: 336 - 2536 F : 031 336 2511 C : 082 925 0712 E : ellingsonjm@durban.gov.za

24.

Beachfront Revitalization (Assessment & redevelopment of City’s Ocean Interface)

Julie-May Ellingson Strategic Projects eThekwini Municipality

(As above)

25.

People Mover System (Paid Public Transport mode,

Julie-May Ellingson Strategic Projects

(As above)

15.

Kitty Sokhela Senior Manager – Communications Toyota South Africa


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26.

Along Beachfront Btw uShaka + Casino Beach to ICC) Urban Development Zones (Central Business District)

eThekwini Municipality Julie-May Ellingson Strategic Projects eThekwini Municipality

(As above)

27.

South Durban Basin (Port to Prospecton, Place to work, place to live, logistics and environmental sustainability

Eurekha Singh South Durban Basin ABM eThekwini Municipality

T: 031 451-9800 E : SinghE@durban.gov.za

28.

Umhlanga and Hawaan (Ohlange Catchment Northern Development Framework )

Soobs Moosammy Development & Planning Unit eThekwini Municipality

T: (031) 3117686 F: C: E : moonsammys@durban.gov.za

29.

Community Tourism Initiatives (Intathakusa, Inanda Dam, ithumbe, Umgababa and other)

Sbu Chamane Area Manager Rural Abm

Tel : 261 6640 Fax : 261 6671 Cell : 083 274 4193

30

Automotive Supplier Park

T: 012 564 5340 F : 012 564 5301 E : mmoerat@aidc.co.za

31.

Agri-Business Forum

Mika Moerat Automotive Industry Development Council (AIDC) Akhona Ngcobo Project Executive Durban Investment Promotion Agency

32.

Transnet/City Forum (Durban Port expansion & related linkages/impacts)

Adrian Peters Head: Engineering & Forum Co-Chair eThekwini Municipality

T: 031 3117003 F : 031 C : 0833090211 E : petersam@durban.gov.za

33.

Hotel Development Project (City owned hotel site sales, plus private sector development tracking)

Mike Andrews Strategic Projects Unit eThekwini Municipality

T: 031 3114749 C : 083 288 8788 E : andrewsm@durban.gov.za

34.

Inanda Dam and Hazelmere Dam Tourism Nodes

Peter Gilmore Rural Area Based Management eThekwini Municipality

T: 031 261 6640 F : 031 261 6671 C : 083 378 8737 E : gilmorep@durban.gov.za

35.

Technopark Estate

Robynne Erwin

37.

Bridge City

Karen Petersen Development Executive Tongaat Hulett Developments (Pty) Ltd

T : 031 307 1988 F : (031) 307 1987 C : 083 776 1143 E : rerwin@mweb.co.za Tel: 031 5601996 Fax: 086 5003353 Cell: 083 4479696 Email: Karen.Petersen@thdev.co.za

38.

Cornubia

Karen Petersen Development Executive Tongaat Hulett Developments (Pty) Ltd

Tel: 031 5601996 Fax: 086 5003353 Cell: 083 4479696 Email: Karen.Petersen@thdev.co.za

39.

Marianhill Industrial Estate

Devan Pillay

T; 031-2020799

T : 031 336 2545 F : 031 336 2641 C : 083 550 5098 E : akhona.ngcobo@dipa.co.za


27 General Manager

F: 031-2020798 C: 0847016078 E: dpillay@guilder.co.za

PROTOCOL FOR HOLDING AN EVENT IN THE ETHEKWINI MUNICIPALITY Permission to stage an event in the City is dependent on a number of factors & criteria, such as: • • • • • • • • •

If the event benefits citizens and service providers from within the Municipality The event must be in line with the City’s IDP The event must have community support and promote the vision of the Municipality Event must build non-racialism, unity & civic pride Event must contribute to economic development of the Municipality Event must leverage funding from private sector and other spheres of government Event must promote black economic empowerment Event must create opportunities for training and mentorship The effect of the event on the environment will be taken into consideration as well as the type of structure proposed.

Event proposal requirements: • • • • • • • • •

Provide a brief overview /description of the event Provide documentation to verify company / organization’s identity and legitimacy. Proposed venue/s for the event Amount of funding required and funding sources Event period, set up period & dismantling period Launch date and daily show times Number of people expected to attend, daily attendance figures, attendance per show etc Media coverage/ advertising proposed prior to event Media attendance – state number and expected mix of international, national and local press.

Organizations undertaking most of the event planning and destination marketing for the municipality: AGENCY

CORE THEMES

DURBAN AFRICA

Seasonal themes

STRATEGIC PROJECTS

2010 and beyond

KEY EVENTS • • • • • • • • • •

DIPA ICC

Investment & Reinvestment themes

• •

Indaba Beach Festival/ Durban July Easter Adrenaline Festive Season Quicksilver Pro Tour Durban Cycling Fifa Beach Soccer Fifa 2010 World Cup Pick n Pay Amashova Cycling classic World Cup Swimming See page 17 for a list of DIPA flagship projects Has various venues to host a variety of functions both private

CONTACT NUMBERS 031 337 8099

031 311 4723/4

031 336 2540 031 360 1000


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• • •

• USHAKA

• • INTERNATIONAL & GOVERNANCE RELATIONS

Good Governance Themes

• • • • • •

• • • • • •

and corporate SUCH AS: SA Institute of Chartered Accountants Conference India Clothing & Textile Trade Show Decorex KZN World Health Tourism Conference Miss India world Wide Pageant Comrades 2010 Birdlife International Has various venues to host a variety of functions both private and corporate Has various fun/ theme zones such as: Sea World Dangerous Creatures Wet n Wild (water rides) Village Walk Phantom Ship uShaka Beach Celebrate Durban Annual Event – Month of September Key Days such as: Women’s Day, Heritage Day Ghandi Salt March Diwali IDP Big Mama Honouring our Heroes

031 337 8099

031 311 2047

MEDIA CONTACTS IN DURBAN Media House Ethekwini Communications

CONTACT NO.

082 8171 998

MEDIA HOUSE Ethekwini Communications

Isolezwe

084 017 3247

Isolezwe

Sunday Tribune Mercury SABC TV Daily News Independent on Saturday Ilanga Umafrika Sowetan East Coast Radio iGagasi 99.5

031 308 2531 031 308 2167 083 278 4727 083 778 2135

Sunday Tribune Mercury SABC TV Daily News Independent on Saturday Ilanga Umafrika Sowetan East Coast Radio iGagasi 99.5

031 308 2284 031 337 4000 082 594 2090 082 379 4957 082 779 4953 082 432 3990

E-MAIL ADDRESS

makhathinim@durban.gov.za Thamsanqa.ngubane@inl.co.za Matthew.savides@inl.co.za Suren.naidoo@inl.co.za hermanba@sabc.co.za Barbara.cole@inl.co.za Carvin.goldstone@inl.co.za menzi@ilanganews.co.za guy@umafrika.co.za newsed@sowetan.co.za Diane@ecr.co.za sthembiso@gagasi99.5.co.za

OTHER DURBAN AGENCIES Thekwini Business Development Corporation - TBDC For smaller businesses now called Small Enterprise Development Agency.


29 CEO Telephone: Facsimile: E-mail:

Mr. Protas Madlala +27 31 309-5432 +27 31 309-5437 info@tbdc.co.za

Trade & Investment KwaZulu Natal - TIK For Import/Export related business and investment CEO: Mr. Zamo Gwala Telephone: +27 31 304-4303 Facsimile: +27 31 304-4471 E-mail: tik@tikzn.co.za Website: www.tikzn.co.za

Durban Chamber of Commerce & Industry CEO: Telephone: Facsimile: E-mail : Website:

Ms. Gugu Mazibuko +27 31 335-1000 +27 31 332-1288 chamber@durbanchamber.co.za www.durbanchamber.co.za

International Convention Centre - ICC CEO Telephone: Facsimile: E-mail: Website:

r. Miller Matola +27 31 360-1000 +27 31 360-1050 millerm@icc.co.za www.icc.co.za

ICC Durban - 2009 winner of "Africa's Leading Conference Centre" by World Travel Awards. The International Convention Centre Durban (ICC) is one of the most advanced conference facilities in the world. Flexibility and versatility are key factors in the design of this state-of-the-art technology-driven centre. It is a purpose-built, fully air-conditioned centre with three convention halls that are interlinked but separate. Moveable walls allow for a number of different venue configurations. Alternatively, the halls can be opened up to form one large venue with seating for 5000 delegates or 7000m² of column free floor space. Together with its sister venue, the Durban Exhibition Centre, the ICC can double its capacity to accommodate 10 000 conference delegates. The centres can function independently or as two halves of one whole. This is achieved by closing Walnut Road, a brickpaved concourse between the two centres, to provide easy access for delegates. Little wonder then that ICC Durban is where Africa and the world meet. ICC Durban was voted number one in Africa by the 2001, 2002, and 2003 World Travel Awards. Its proven record of accomplishment is unrivalled in Africa. It includes: • • • • • •

The XII Non-Aligned Movement Summit in 1998, the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting in 1999, the XIII International Aids Conference in 2000 WONCA 2001 (World Academy of Family Practitioners) The World Conference against Racism in 2001 where high profile leaders from all over the world converged on Durban. The International Bar Association


30 The ICC now boasts a new indoor arena. This arena is an ideal venue for local and international sports events, large exhibitions, and concerts.

Durban Tourism – Tourism Authority of the eThekwini Municipality Contact: Mr. Philip Sithole – Acting CEO Telephone: +27 31 304-4934 Facsimile: +27 31 304-6196 E-mail: sitholep@durban.gov.za

Tourism KwaZulu-Natal CEO Mr. Ndabo Khoza Email:

Telephone: Fax: Postal Address: Street Address:

ndabo@zulu.org.za james@zulu.org.za tkzn@iafrica.com +27 (0) 31 366 7500. +27 (0) 31 305 6693 TKZN, P.O. Box 2516, Durban 4000, South Africa Suite 303 Tourist Junction 160 Pine Street Durban 4001 South Africa

uShaka Marine Park Information Office: Durban Airport Office: V+A Cape Town Office: Kokstad Office: Careline: Fax-on-demand:

+27 (0) 31 337 8099 +27 (0) 31 408 1000 +27 (0) 21 405 4540 +27 (0) 39 727 4444 086 010 1099 +27 (0)82 232 5670


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DURBAN RICKSHA BUS

FIFA WORLD CUP 2010 – DURBAN For four weeks in 2010, South Africa will be the centre of the world, when they host the 2010 FIFA World Cup. The first time the World cup has ever been held in Africa. Durban is one of nine host cities chosen for the FIFA 2010 World cup. Why Durban? No matter how you look at it, Durban will be the warmest place to be during the 2010 FIFA World Cup™. The weather, the lifestyle, the people, and the activities - you’ll be hard pressed to find a better place to base yourself for the 2010 FIFA World Cup. Kick off your World Cup African Adventure than in a city that has everything to offer just hours from the festivities of the football. Whether it be spending lazy days on the beach, hiking in the awe-inspiring Drakensberg mountains, or spotting one of the Big 5, you are sure to experience it all, starting in our incredible city.


32 To prove just how fabulous Durban is, acclaimed travel publishers, The Lonely Planet, have recently voted us one of the 10 top family beach holiday cities in the world. Durban will be hosting 7 games including a semi-final during the FIFA World Cup. You and 70 000 other fans will have the opportunity to watch these fantastic matches from our brand new, iconic Moses Mabhida Stadium, which is perfectly positioned in the city to offer a short walk to our golden beaches, hotels and beachfront activity. The FIFA Fan Fest™, the only Fan Fest in South Africa to be situated on the beach, will be the meeting place for fans to watch all games not played in Durban. What better way to spend a sunny winter’s day than watching great football and playing in the waves of our warm Indian ocean at half time? To top it off, Durban is only a short flight away from all other stadia around South Africa, giving you yet another reason to make Durban your base camp for your 2010 World Cup adventure. Our ‘2010 and beyond’ strategy is well underway, readying the city for the 2010 FIFA World Cup™ and positioning Durban as Africa’s premier sport and tourism destination in the future.

Contact Details for the Durban FIFA LOC (Local Organizing Committee) are as follow: NAME

POSITION

CONTACT NUMBER

EMAIL ADDRESS

Akash Gangaram Sagren Chetty Joe Jacobs Sankaran Panchatcharam Linda Rethman Pakamile Zulu Unathi Xashimba Kangelani Shabalala Bongi Hlope Senzo Msimang Vuma Mfeka Johan Wepener Alpha Mchunu Qedi Dlamini

Fifa O/C Fifa O/C Fifa /Match Fifa/Satyam

031 311 4059 031 311 4059 031 311 4059 031 311 4059

akash.gangaram@2010oc.com sagren.chetty@2010oc.com joe.jacobs@match-ag.com Sankaran_Panchatcharam@mahindrasatyam.net

Fifa/ Match Fifa /Loc Fifa O/C Fifa /Loc

031 311 4059 031 311 4059 031 311 4059 031 311 4059

Linda.rethman@match-ag.com Unathi.xashimba@2010oc.com Unathi.xashimba@2010oc.com Unathi.xashimba@2010oc.com

Fifa /Loc Fifa O/C Fifa O/C Fifa O/C

031 311 4059 031 311 4059 031 311 4059 031 311 4059 031 311 4059 031 311 4059

Bongi.hlope@2010oc.com Senzo.msimang@2010oc.com Vuma.mfeka@2010oc.com Johan.wepener@2010oc.com Alpha.mchunu@20100c.com Petrus.dlamini@2010oc.com

Fifa O/C

THE MOSES MABHIDA STADIUM Constructed in preparation for the 2010 FIFA World Cup™, Durban’s new Moses Mabhida Stadium now completed, creates an unmistakeable silhouette on the Durban skyline. 2010 Legacy For Durban, the 2010 FIFA World Cup™ will leave a legacy that will benefit Durban’s citizens for the years to come: • The stadium is a world-class, state-of-the-art, multi-functional stadium that will meet the requirements of large scale events such as the Olympics


33 •

The stadium precinct has been specifically designed to be active 365 days a year, featuring a dynamic entertainment node with retail space, restaurants, an amphitheatre, a cable car and the People’s Park - a landscaped green space for all residents to enjoy Durban’s transport infrastructure is being upgraded for 2010 and beyond, ensuring that the city’s visitors and residents are afforded efficient transport facilities and effective accessibility and locomotion in and around the city centre The city is currently being revamped, with existing street furniture, signage and lighting being renewed, sidewalks resurfaced and additional foliage planted

Durban’s new Moses Mabhida Stadium has been designed as a state-of-the-art, world-class stadium for the 2010 FIFA World Cup™, and as a multi-functional, hard-working and easy-tomaintain asset for Durban. This is an asset from which every resident and ratepayer will benefit, as the creation of this precinct means that Durban will be one of the few African cities able to host most of the Olympic disciplines within a single sporting precinct. Conveniently situated close to the city centre, and as part of the Kings Park Sporting Precinct, the Moses Mabhida Stadium will also be the ideal venue for hosting recreational and cultural events.

Quick Facts: • • • • • •

The entire stadium has been designed and built in line with all the latest safety and security requirements. Over three million hours of work have been carried out to date More than 139 000 tonnes of concrete have been poured Almost 7000 tonnes of steel reinforcement have been used Over 7512 jobs have been created The stadium infield has been designed and built in accordance with the latest international sporting codes. It will have the capacity to hold 70 000 spectators during the 2010 FIFA World Cup™ South Africa and 54 000 in legacy mode thereafter. Each seat will be spacious and will have excellent site lines and ease of access is ensured, with 50% of the stadiums seats accessible from the main entrance level.150 suites, housing a total of 7500 seats, will cover a range of different hospitality options. The grand centre arch, 106m high, will become a world first tourist attraction, thanks to a high-tech cable car designed to take visitors up to its highest point, where they can disembark and take in breathtaking, panoramic views of the city. This 350m long free-span steel arch weighs 2600 tons. The roof, consisting of Teflon coated glass fibre membranes - 46,000 square metres in total – is attached to the arch by 95mm diameter steel cables. Around the perimeter of the stadium structure is an 880m long steel compression ring that maintains the structure of the roof. On big match days, Walter Gilbert Road will be closed to traffic, creating a safe pedestrian precinct. Durban’s People Mover bus will stop at the stadium, allowing spectators to park at one of the many parking facilities in town and get to the stadium safely and quickly. A new Kings Park Railway Station is being developed adjacent to the stadium, allowing visitors direct access to the stadium precinct.

For more information about the Moses Mabhida Stadium you can go to the official website www.mosesmabhidastadium.co.za or use the contact numbers listed below.


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If you’ve ever wondered what it takes to build a FIFA-approved, Olympic-sized sports stadium, and then come on down and visit the stadium to find out! Alternatively, travel up the iconic arch of the stadium to the viewing platform, where you will experience spectacular panoramic views over the ocean and the city. The more adventurous can walk up the 550 steps of the southern side of the arch to the viewing platform! For details on how to visit the stadium, read on. STADIUM TOURS Tours of the stadium showcase the state-of-the-art landmark sport facility in Durban – The MOSES MABHIDA STADIUM which is the centerpiece of the Kings Park Sporting precinct. Fully trained tour guides will take you through the visually inspiring sport facility and surrounding precinct. You will be treated to the architectural and engineering ingenuity of the recreational and multi-disciplinary venue as well as panoramic views of Durban. The Moses Mabhida Stadium offers guided professional, general, and school tours. The professional all access tour covers the following areas: • VVIP Presidential suites and atrium. • The stadium banqueting facilities and various venue hire premises. • The stadium competition area including the state of the art change rooms and players Mixed zone and tunnel. • Media Centre and Broadcast cubicles Venue Operations Centre [V.O.C]. • The hallowed 2010 World Cup Semi-final venue pitch “the stadium bowl”. • The stadium window looking on to Durban’s CBD and glorious coastline. • The Arch with its Sky Car and Adventure Walk. • Peoples Park and Heroes’ Walk Imbizo Place lifestyle retail area. Pricing: Professional tours R75 (90 min tour) adults and children General tour Adults R20 Children R15 Pensioners 10% School groups: free, by appointment, Mondays Opening hours: Stadium Tours (Tuesday to Sunday) Time Price 09h00 – 09h45 R 20.00 General tour 10h00 – 10h45 R 20.00 General tour 10h00 – 11h30 R 75.00 Professional Tour – public (day ticket) 11h00 – 12h30 R 75.00 Professional Tour – pre-booked 13h00 – 13h45 R 20.00 General tour 14h00 – 15h30 R 75.00 Professional Tour – public (day ticket) 15h00 – 16h30 R 75.00 Professional Tour – pre-booked 15h00 – 15h45 R 20.00 General tour 16h30 – 17h15 R 20.00 General tour Group size: 20 max SKY CAR A tourist attraction in its own right, the Sky Car will ferry up to 20 visitors to the stadium arch’s highest point, where they can enjoy a breathtaking 360-degree view of the city. The Sky Car


35 consists of a single cabin mounted on an undercarriage that runs along steel tracks fixed to the top of the north arch. The funicular runs along the length of the north arch from the lower station to the upper station at the Sky Platform. The gradient of the arch varies substantially; therefore, the funicular is fitted with a hydraulic self-leveling floor. The cabin is framed by glass windows with entrance and exit doors at either end. The roof consists of glass louvers that can be opened electronically by the driver for ventilation. The passengers travel up the arch in a standing position holding onto the handrail around the perimeter. Note: Trips in the sky car dependent on weather conditions. Pricing: Adults R50 (SA citizens) Adults R75 (international) Children R25 Pensioners 10% discount Children Under 6/ pre-school - FREE Opening hours: Monday to Friday: 09h00 – 18h00 * Last SkyCar Trip at 17h50 Saturday: 07h00 – 22h00 *First SkyCar Trip at 07h30 *Last SkyCar Trip at 21h30 Sunday: 09h00 – 18h00 *Last SkyCar Trip at 17h50 Note: SkyCar operation dependent on weather conditions ADVENTURE WALK The southern legs of the arch incorporate an adventure walk. Visitors will be issued with safety equipment and, under the watchful eye of qualified instructors, will be able to make their trip to the top of the arch (and down again) via some 550 steps. Note: trips in the sky car dependent on weather conditions Pricing: • Adults R80 (SA citizens) • Pensioners 10% discount • Adults R100 (International Visitors) • No children's discount • No children under 10 Note: Participants to wear closed toe walking/ sport shoes Note: trips in the sky car dependent on weather conditions *Group size - 9 *Adventure Walk dependent on weather conditions

Opening hours: Monday to Friday: • 09h00 • 11h00 • 13h00 • 15h00 • 17h00(Last Adventure Walk) Saturday (Operating Times 07h00 - 18h00) • 07h30(first Adventure Walk) • 09h30 • 11h30


36 • 13h30 • 15h30 • 17h30(last Adventure Walk) Sunday (Operating Times 09h00 - 18h00) • 09h00 • 11h00 • 13h00 • 15h00 • 17h00(last Adventure Walk) Booking tours to the stadium, sky car and adventure walk. To book your trip to the stadium, please make use of the following contact details: • Moses Mabhida Stadium switchboard: 031 582 8222 • Direct line for tour etc bookings: 031 582 8242 • Contact persons: • Deseree Naidoo, Email: desereen@mmsdurban.co.za • Nereshnee Govender, Email: nereshneeg@mmsdurban.co.za • For school bookings – Florina Maphalala Email: florinam@mmsdurban.co.za To enter the stadium, make use of Isaiah Ntshangase Road and proceed to the visitor’s centre / Ticket office. For more information on the stadium, please consult the Moses Mabhida Website: www.mosesmabhidastadium.co.za VENUES FOR FUNCTIONS AND EVENTS If you are looking to host a cocktail evening, banquet, launch, promotion, or conference at a stylish new venue, why not consider the Moses Mabhida Stadium. • The Presidential Suite can seat up to 181 people and for a formal dinner function, can seat between 50 and 60 guests in luxurious conditions. • The Presidential Business Clubs 1 & 2, can seat 200 people for a cocktail function and up to 120 people for a dining event. • The Mixed Zone & Mixed Zone Atrium can seat a maximum of 700 people for a cocktail function and 360 for a dining function. • Platinum Business Club can seat 150 for an informal cocktail party. • The Ocean Atrium and Diamond Business Clubs 1 & 2 can seat 250 and 150 people respectively for a cocktail event. To book functions or events at Moses Mabhida Stadium please contact: Lisa Williams 031 582 8222 lisaw@mmsdurban.co.za

STREET CHILDREN AND FEEDING SCHEMES IN AND AROUND DURBAN The Health Department, Social Services, Safer Cities, and many other Units within the eThekwini Municipality work hand in hand with NGO’s and other non-profit organizations to provide feeding schemes for the poor of our communities. We are continually seeking to identify hungry communities that cannot feed themselves. The Municipality is involved in the same way in looking out for the interests and protection of Street Children. Citizens and visitors to the City are encouraged not to give food or money to children or adults begging on the streets or at intersections. You are rather encouraged to donate money to charitable organizations as listed below that offer protection and food for vulnerable children and people living on the streets.


37 Below is a contact list of people & organizations involved in both looking after street children and feeding schemes:

Organizations Rendering Services To Street Children NAME DESIGNATION / ORG SAFER CITIES Mr. M Xaba Head: Safer Cities Mr. Nathi Manager: Safer Cities Mazibuko Ms K Pillay Facilitator Ms D Nene Facilitator Ms M Mthiyane Administrator Ms S Ntsodi Facilitator Mr. G Devulana Facilitator Safer Cities Main Line METRO POLICE Capt M Moodley Captain

TEL

CELL

031 311 4561 031 311 4492

0832842841

031 311 4593 031 311 4512 031 311 4498 031 311 4465 031 311 4568 031 311 4455

0834615013 0835399302

031 3610000

0837821113

0835771717 0834194001

SAPS SAPS CENTRAL Captain Gwala Captain 031 3254111 SAPS POINT Capt Mndaweni Captain 031 3674031 SAPS BEREA Insp Mohamed Inspector 031 2017327 SAPS DURBAN NORTH Capt Mayaba Captain 031 5608004 KZN DEPT OF HEALTH ETHEKWINI DISTRICT OFFICE Dr Sagie Naidoo District Medical Officer 031 3379612 Dr Kamal Singh District Medical Officer 031 3272843 NATIONAL PROSECUTING AUTHORITY Ms V Melis Senior Public Prosecutor 031 3320873 Ms Pumi Shoba Senior Public Prosecutor 031 3024210 DURBAN FAMILY COURT Ms F Seedat Magistrate: Family Court 0313024245 Ms M De Jager Magistrate: Family court 0313024289 ETHEKWINI HEALTH Dr N Gxagisa Head: Health Dr Themba Deputy Head Mdluli Ms Thoko Xulu Manager: Social 0313113599 Development Mr. M Mngadi SCOPES 0826412248

0796969758 0824115706 0827860397 0824941393 0833939944 0827770641 0848211676 0845200150 0845786098

0834159262 0834886591 0834486470 0820421955


38 MS Pam Mqadi AGAPE DURBAN CHILDREN’S SOCIETY Ms A Social Work Manager Bramannan Ms FR Razak Social Worker ETHEKWINI COMMUNICATION DEPT Mr. K Sengani Communications Officer KZN DEPT OF SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT Mr. BB Bhengu Social Worker ETHEKWINI CCTV Mr. R Naidoo Manager PLACES OF SAFETY Valley View Place of Safety

William Clark Garden Home Othandweni Children’s Home

178 Clare Road, Sydenham Mangasutho Highway Umlazi (opposite Technikon) 850 Marine Drive Bluff Wyebank Road, Kwadabeka - next to Kwadabeka SAPS 23 Garbutt Road, Sherwood 23 Garbutt Road, Sherwood

NAME

DESIGNATION / ORG

Umlazi Place of Safety Ocean View Place of Safety Zakhe Place of Safety

0835209571

0734446633

031 3129313

0825767239

031 3129313 031 3112280

0722938788

031 3605434

0782641952 0837860218

Vanessa

O31 2072519

K Sindane

031 9075129

Anusha

031 4685415

Nokuthula

031 7119950

031 2071366 031 2071366

TEL

EMAIL ADDRESS

NGO’S AND INDIVIDUALS Pelewe Delamolo Crime prevention

0834279950

Nobuhle Dladla

Centre for Homeless

083 518 3848

Henry A. Bock

Abezizwe

0723003295

Anthony / Kate

Vukukhanye

0832332924

N. Carrington

I CARE

0823748054

Rodney de Jee

0313370819

Gina Selley Vlahakis Marilyn Oliver

U.C.E.C Durban Benevolent Society Umngeni community centre Home for street children0847185667 Dept of Social welfare

0847185667

Rev. Vivian

Open Schools

0833247157

Gloria de Jee

0312013689

Anthony@vukukhanye.org kate@vukukhanye.org

abs@global.co.za

0731148969 0726587553

vlahakis@lantic.net

vivians@iafrica.com


39 Subramoney

worldwide

Richard Northmore Mabongi Mthembu Buhle Mjoli

Open schools worldwide

0824551959

Dept of Health

0313113605

SISCO

0833716819

Sizwe Nxumalo Rev. Krish Naidoo Pamela Mbatha

Amanzimtoti YMCA

0319161112

National Community

0824045932

AGAPE

0835209571

Zodwa Mqadi

AGAPE

0720464324

Micheal Mkhize Siboniso B. Ntombela Tom Hewitt

AGAPE Umthombo Street children SA Umthombo

0734186376 0783887151 0832872563

umthombo.org

Themba Ngcobo

Bambisanani Trust

0724563879

tboysien@hotmail.comom@

Russel Machi Stanley Govender Thoko Hlatshwayo Thandazile Mthembu Samkele Mbatha

SISCO

0843714332

Ottowa Boys Haven

0837933771

Isiphephelo

0733468680

Youth for Christ

0833942932

Life Line

0791129614

vuyi@lifelinedurban.org.za

Mandla Mngadi

SCOPES

0313113605

Streetchildrenforum.gov.za

Sanele Ntsingila

SCOPES

0313113605

Streetchildrenforum.gov.za

Busi Shabalala Cikizwa Makapela Morgan Ngcobo

Street-Wise

0732728778

streetwise@yebo.co.za

Themba Club

0393172039

Derrick Mabaso

YFC (Khayalethu)

0826330927

derrick@youthkzn.co.za

Khaya Dlamini

Ethekwini Municipality

0313113603

dlaminikb@durban.gov.za

Sizwe Nxumalo

Amanzimtoti YMCA Durban YMCA Child Welfare SA Kokstad Chairperson NACCW

0319161264

sizwe@totiymca.org.za

ABH Durban regional office Director

0314049527

Ian Booth Denise Gartreu Zanele Lalla Thembi Mhlanga

Administrator KZNASC 0731432068

0313054499 0397273105

rin@futurenet.co.za Streetchildrenforum.gov.za

scoshon@yahoo.com stanleymgovender@gmail.c om thanda@youthkzn.co.za

ciki@kznasc.org

Ian.booth@dbnymca.org.za cwkokstad@telkomsa.net zanele@dch.org.za

0313368776

CONTACT PEOPLE FOR FEEDING SCHEME ORGANIZATIONS


40 MBD Project

0846947249

S. Naicker

0825677423

P. Moonsamy

031311884

Nonku Nzimande

0742474637

Christine N.

0847637051

P. Cele Sandy Nelson Harland Krish

0787569166

Sindi Ndlovu

0715868640

Steven Shadrack

0724421743

Q. Gugu Richard Buthelezi Shane Pillay

0823347501

Pruistine

0847637051

0721100007 0836615875

0719712794 0827780142

DURBAN REFUGEE SERVICE PROVIDERS (DRSP) NETWORK The DRSP (which is a member of the Consortium for Refugees and Migrants in South Africa CORMSA - http://www.cormsa.org.za/about ) promotes not just anti-xenophobia but anti-racism. In line with CORMSA’s mandate, the work of the DRSP Network involves strengthening the partnerships between refugee and migrant service providers to provide improved co-ordination of activities. This includes developing working relationships with other concerned organizations to provide an effective forum for advocacy and action.

Refugee Service Partners Contact Person

*** Anthony Collins Asha Moodley

Organization

Civil Society Advocacy Programme Dbn acting against Xenophobia Legal Resource Centre

Tel

Fax

031 304 7373 082 459 0881 031 301 7572

031 304 7323

Email

anti@webafrica.org.za 031 304 2823


41 Bahati Patronella Bongiwe Mhlatsha Capt Ngcobo

Cati Vawda K Munsamy Farida Patel Gaby Bikombo Gugu Khanyile Hassan Ian Booth Jeeva G Padayachee Joceline

Union for Refugee Women International Organisation for Migration South African Police Services Intelligence Children’s Rights Centre Centenary Secondary School Siyagunda association Red Cross South African National Zakaat Fund Young Men's Christian Association Bechet High School

Makusha Hupeny Maulana Goga

International Refugee Youth Focus Organization for Civic rights Refugee Pastoral Care Jamiat

Maulana Khalid

Islamic relief

Mr Bhairopersad Saydoon Nisa Sayed Sherylle Dass

Clareville Primary School World conference on religion for peace Lawyers for Human Rights Consortium of Refugee & Migrants in South Africa Imagine Durban

Loshni Naidoo

Sicel’Mpilo Shange Sogen Moodley Tanuja Munnoo Umar CR Njia Yasmin Rajah Geri Mahomed Farida Moosa

South African Human Rights Commission International Solidarity Refugee Social Services Sparks Estate Secondary Overport Secondary

031 332 6255 031 304 4057 082 674 807/ 079 874 4985 031 307 6075 031 208 0895 073 851 0686 076 880 5288 031 309 6786 083 358 1677 031 207 3463

mcmahoro2000@yahoo.com 031 304 6904

Bmlatsha@iom.int

031 307 6074 031 208 fpatel22@gmail.com 0895 gabybikombo@yahoo.com kzn@redcross.co.za 031 309 fard@sanzaf.org.za 6512 ian.booth@dbnymca.org.za 031 209 2533 celinewnz@yahoo.co.uk

031 304 6451 031 307 1074 031 306 7786 031 208 2838 031 269 1033 031 373 5404 031 301 0531

086 690 civicrights@ocr.org.za 7651 refpascdbn@iafrica.com

011 403 7560

011 403 7559

031 311 3440 031 304 7323 031 304 8889 031 310 3578 031 209 3021 031 207 3277

031 311 moodleyso@durban.gov.za 3446 031 304 tmunnoo@sahrc.org.za 7323 intsolid@yahoo.com

info@jamiat.org.za kznprojects@islamic-relief.co.za 031 269 1033 086 676 wcrpdbn@dut.ac.za 3612 Sherrylle@lhr.org.za mpilo@cormsa.org.za

031 310 yasmin@refugeesocialservices.c 3576 o.za


42 ORGANIZATIONS WORKING TOGETHER TO BUILD STRONG AFRICAN PARTNERSHIPS AGAINST XENOPHOBIA

ORGANIZATION/ CHURCH

NAME

EMAIL

CONTACT

CELL NO

Lawyers for Human Rights South African Human Right Commission KwaZulu Natal Christian Council Young Men's Christian Association (YMCA) Methodist Church Presbyterian Church

Sherylle Dass Tanula Munnoo

sherylle@lhr.org.za Tmmunnoo@sawc.org.za

031 301 0531 031 304 7323

076 223 3674 083 284 1114

Christoph Baumann Ian Booth

cbaumann@kzncc.org.za

033 345 4449

083 317 1248

ian.booth@dbnymca.co.za

031 305 4496

083 359 1677

Rev Mike Vorster Peter Benson

031 563 5868 031 267 0923

072 477 3618 083 256 4520

Abahlali baseMjondolo Diakonia Council of Churches

Sbu Zikode Nomabelu Dandala Dhunluxmi Desai

dbnmeth@iafrica.com peter@digitalvoiceprocessin g.co.za sbuzikode@telkomsa.net the.director@diakonia.org.za

031 269 1822 031 310 3500

031 325 4282 083 833 7989

sahms@worldonline.co.za

031 309 1951

Sibusiso Mnyandu Coral Vinsen

vinsen@saol.com

031 202 2181 031 564 7239

082 628 1848 083 301 3654

Bafana Madonsela Saydoon Sayed

wcrpdbn@ded-ac.za

031 907 1944 031 373 5404

072 436 1652 073 241 3260

031 325 4215

079 514 5198

031 325 4662 031 306 3595

083 612 0385 072 827 2866

031 325 5972 031 208 1602

082 778 9662 073 232 6029

SA Hindu Maha Sabha & WCRP The Salvation Army Amnesty International + St Mary's Church The Salvation Army World Conference on Religion and Peace (WCRP) South African Police Service (SAPS) SAPS Durban Central Inner City Network Emmanuel Cathedral SAPS Durban Central KwaZulu Natal Refugee Council '' SAPS eThekwini Municipality Africa/NEPAD programme eThekwini Municipality (Community Participation Mennonite Central Committee (MCC) '' Union for Refugee Women Red Cross Department of Social Welfare Home Affairs International Organization for Migration (IOM)

s/Superintendant Sithole Captain Gwala Kinoto Kungwa

durbancentralsaps@saps.or g.za

Jaredh Kahn s/Sup Bongiwe Sithole Eric Apelgren Bongiwe Mkhize Thandaza Cele

kimokungwa@webmail.co.z a nelp@mweb.co.za pierrenyabahamba@yahoo. com sju@telkomsa.net durbancentralsaps@saps.or g.za Apelgrene@durban.gov.za MkhizeB@durban.gov.za celeth@durban.gov.za

031 207 7063 031 325 4215

073 217 8675 079 514 5198

031 311 2124 031 311 2198 031 311 6165

083 414 2165 083 745 9640

Yasmin Rajah

yasmin@mennonite.org.za

031 310 3578

Philip Nel Pierre Matate

Mariam Randeree Solange Mukamana Nomagugu Khanyile Melaine Pillay Stan Augustine Bongi Mlatsha

031 332 6255 031 332 6265

development@mennonite.or g.za kzn@redcross.org.za

031 337 6522

mpillay@braitex.co.za refpascdbn@iafrica.com bmlatsha@iom.int

031 360 5445 031 307 1074 031 304 4057

ETHEKWINI MUNICIPAL SERVICES CONTACT LIST

031 261 2377


43 AIDS HELPLINE AMBULANCE (PUBLIC) AMBULANCE (PRIVATE)

080 001 2322 10177 082 911

ELECTRICITY CALL CENTRE Operating Hours 24 Hours, 7Dayweek:  Electricity Faults and Breakdown  Street Lights  Illegal Connections

080 131 3111 (Toll Free)

AIR POLLUTION Operating Hours 8:00 – 16:00 Mon – Fri After Hours contact Emergency Services

031 311 3555

HEALTH Operating Hours 7:30 – 1600 Mon – Fri  Air Pollution  Environmental Noise  Illegal Dumping  Food Safety  Communicable Diseases  Hazardous Chemical Substances  Vector Control (

031 311 3555

Mosquitoes, Files, Etc)

BEACHES AND RECREATION FACILITIES

031 335 3700

ILLEGAL DUMPING Operating Hours 7:30 – 16:00 Mon to Fri

031 311 8824

031 311 7883 (Toll Free)

OMBUDSPERSON AND HEAD: INVESTIGATION Operating Hours 8:00 – 16:00 Mon to Fri Reporting Incidents within Municipality of :  Fraud Corruption  Misadministration Ombudsperson @durban.gov. za Fax

080 020 2020 031 311 4002

Operating Hours 7:30 – 18:00 DEVELOPMENT PLANNING

Operating Hours 7:00 – 1630 Mon – Fri and  Sub Division  Rezoning  Special Consent DEVELOPMENT MANAGEMENT  Building Inspectorate  Plans Submissions  Enforcement ADVERTISING AND SIGNAGE ENVIRONMENT

031 311 7881

031 311 4115 031 311 7055 031 311 7875


44 ENGINEERING SERVICES CENTER

PARKS , LEISURE AND CEMETERIES

080 131 3013 (Toll Free)

Operating Hour 24 Hours, 7 days a week           

Operating Hours 7:30 – 16:00 Mon – Fri Fallen Trees and after Hours

Road and Storm water Repairs Sidewalk and Curb repairs Sewer Repairs / Blockages Road Marking and Street Signs Water Reconnections / Accounts Verge Maintenance Faulty traffic Signal Flooding Coastal Infrastructure Water faults Water pollution Water Accounts Queries

SMS No : Fax No : Email : eservices@dmws.durban.gov.za

080 131 3013

REFUSE REMOVAL Operating Hours 7:30-16:00 Mon – Fri  Removal of dead animals

031 311 1011 080 033 1011

REGIONAL CENTRES ( SIZAKALA)

10111

RAPE CRISIS

083 707 3013 031 311 8220

ETHEKWINI REVENUE CALL CENTER: Operating Hours 7:30 – 16:30 Mon- Fri and 7:30 – 11:30 on Sat  Rates  Electricity  Water Accounts

EMERGENCY SERVICE : Operating Hours 24 Hours, 7 Days a week  Fire  Disaster management  Metro Police

031 201 1303

SOUTH AFRICAN POLICE SERVICES

10111

SWITCHBOARD

031 311 1111

Operating Hours 7:30-17:00

031 361 0000

WATCH PRESS FOR NUMBER CHANGES TO 031 3111 111 OR CONTACT TELKOM (FREE CALL) ON 101

THE ETHEKWINI MUNICIPALITY MANAGEMENT TEAM NAME

TITLE

Dr Michael Sutcliffe

City Manager

Jacquie Subban

Head: Geographical Info. & Policy Deputy Head: Info. Tech

Lunga Madlala Siya Mngadi Sinaye Nxumalo

Deputy Head: GIPO Corporate GIS

TEL

FAX 031 311 2132

031 311 2170

031 311 3439 /3422

031 311 3446

031 311 1901

031 3046730

031 311 4110 /4112

031 311 4024

031 311 3009 /3075

031 311 3377


45

Nokhana Moerane

Head: Internal audit Head: Performance Management Head: Legal Services

Sbu Shezi

Legal Advisor

Mandla Madlala

Acting Head Ombudsperson & Investigations Head: Strategic Projects

Nirmala Govender

Julie-May Ellingson

Xabsi Mahlawe Soobs Moonsammy Philip Sithole Shunnon Tulsiram

Jason Moonsamy

Derek Naidoo

DCM: SUSTAINABLE DEV. & CITY ENTERPRISES Head: Development & Planning Head Business Support Head: Economic Development – Acting Head City Enterprises Head: Markets

Raymond Rampersad

DCM: PROCUREMENT & INFRASTRUCTURE Head: Cleansing & Solid Waste

Sandile Maphumulo

Head: Electricity

Adrian Peters

Head: Engineering

031 311 4222 031 311 3301 /3003

031 311 3261

031 311 2004 031 311 4017 /02

031 311 4114

031 311 4745 /20

031 368 3150

031 304 4934

031 304 6196

031 311 7885 /6

031 311 7686

031 311 4329

031 332 6408

031 311 3800 /3801

031 306 0195

031 311 5140

031 465 4222

031 311 2345

031 311 2170

031 311 8825

031 263 1119

031 311 9016 /9000

031 306 3196 031 305 6952

Cogi Pather

Head: Housing

031 311 7003 031 311 3448 /3320

Neil Macleod

Head: Water & Sanitation

031 311 8600 /8605

Victor Baloyi

Head: ETA

Themba Shezi

Head: Procurement

031 311 3247

031 311 3265

Bheki Mkhize

DCM: SAFETY & SECURITY DCM: HEALTH & SOCIAL SERVICES Head: Metro Police

031 311 4100

031 311 4115

031 311 3000

031 311 3910

Dr Musa Gumede Eugene Nzama Dumisani Bhengu Mark Te Water Dr. Nomakhosi Gxagxisa Martin Xaba Thembinkosi Ngcobo

Head: Protection Services Head: Emergency Services Head: Health

031 311 3005

031 311 7314 /5

031 311 2801 /3 305 4004 031 311 4651 031 308 7002 031 311 3505

031 311 3710

Head: Safer Cities Head: Parks, Recreation

031 311 4455 031 311 4508

031 368 2116

Christo Swart

Deputy Head: Parks, Cemeteries

031 201 1303

031 201 7382

Reigneth Nyongwana

D Head: Libraries

031 311 4372

031 368 2116


46 Sipho Cele

DCM: GOVERNANCE

031 311 4006 /4004

031 311 4056

Joe David

Head: City Hall Admin.

031 311 2390 /1

031 311 2171

Gerard Strydom Ntsiki Magwaza

Head: Reg Centres Unit Head: Communications

031 311 6100 031 311 2386 /2278

Ntokoza Chonco

Head: Community Participation Head: Regional Centres

031 311 6185

031 311 6194

031 311 6100 /6285

031 311 6110

031 311 2124

031 311 2164

031 311 3184 /3001

031 311 3268

Gerard Strydom Eric Apelgren

Head: International & Governance Relations

Dr Michael Sutcliffe

DCM: (Acting)CORPORATE & HUMAN RESOURCES Head: Human Resources

Dave Cloete Maqhwe Mthembu

Gugu Mji

Head: ( Acting) Management Services & Org. Development Head: Skills Development

Stan Naraidu

Head: Occupational Health

Maqhawe Mthembu

031 311 3262 /3464

Nokhana Moerane

Head: Management Services Head: Legal Services

Krish Kumar

DCM : TREASURY

031 311 1130 /1131

Louis Kruger Chris Nagooroo

Head: Revenue Services Head: Expenditure

031 311 1130 031 311 1133

Malcolm Joshua

Head: City Fleet

031 311 1134

Keith Matthias

Head: Real Estate

031 311 4300

Members of council Mayor: Deputy Mayor: Speaker:

031 311 3262

031 311 3245 /3255 031 311 4137 031 304 3500

031 311 3003 031 305 2730

031 311 1149

Cllr. Obed Mlaba Cllr. Logie Naidoo Cllr. James Nxumalo

Contact details for the Office of the City Manager: eThekwini Municipality Tel: +27 (0) 31 311 1111 Fax: +27 (0) 31 311 2170 PO Box 1014, Durban 4000 City Hall, West Street, Durban 4001 Email: dovec@durban.gov.za

Municipal staff employed:

18 500

Tourism office: Durban Tourism

PO Box 1044, Durban 4000


47 Station Building, 160 Monty Naicker(Pine Street) Durban 4001 Tel: + 27 (0) 31 304 4934 Fax: +27 (0) 31 304 6196 Email: funinsun@iafrica.com Website: www.durbanexperience.co.za

WARD AND PR COUNCILLORS – ETHEKWINI MUNICIPALITY Surname

First Name

Telephone (Cell)

E-Mail Address

War d

Party

Suburb/Area

Ngubane

Susimpi Simon

072 570 2154

NgubaneSS@durban.gov.za

1

ANC

Hlatshwayo

Stanley Qaphelani

083 424 1349

HlatshwayoSQ@durban.gov.za

2

ANC

Magubane

Zakithi Emmerentia Dennis Mzwamasoka

072 5345 617

MagubaneZE@durban.gov.za

3

ANC

Cato Ridge, Ximba, Nkandla, Sithumba, Nonoti Imbozamo, Maphephetha, Mqeku Engonweni

072 7334 500

ShoziDM@durban.gov.za

4

ANC

Shabalala

Judah Enoch

083 9869 744

ShabalalaJE@durban.gov.za

5

ANC

Mngwengwe

Lucky Nhlanhla Fanie Themba Mbongelwa Steven Terence Peter

084 6222 353

MngwengweLN@durban.gov.za

6

ANC

073 428 4808

MoyoFT@durban.gov.za

7

ANC

082 677 3811

PhethaMS@durban.gov.za

8

ANC

082 492 1422

teecol@mweb.co.za or CollinsTP@durban.gov.za

9

DA

Palmer

Terence Roger

083 632 3169

da@palmerfamily.co.za or PalmerTR@durban.gov.za

10

DA

Madondo

Mduduzi Joel

082 6702 379

MadondoMJ@durban.gov.za

11

ANC

Ngcobo

073 192 7790

ANC

082 719 3056

NgcoboMChristian@durban.gov. za LuthuliP@durban.gov.za

12

Luthuli

Mduduzi Christian Pearl

13

ANC

Mfeka

Patrick

083 7415 374

MfekaP@durban.gov.za

14

ANC

Dimba

Derrick Nkosi

082 417 9544

DimbaDN@durban.gov.za

15

ANC

Shozi

Moyo Phetha Collins

Hammarsdale, Drummond, Inchanga Mophela / Georgedale, Sankontshe Mpumalanga Cliffdale / Inchanga Embo / Assagay Hillcrest/Waterfall , Forest Hill, Molweni Gillitts / Kloof, Winston Park, Albania, Everton, St. Helier Newlands East/KwaMashu, Effingham Heights Kwandengezi Mangangeni/Mari anhill Dassenhoek / Sithundu Hill Marianridge/Stoc kville, Tshelimnyama, Mariannhill, Mpola, St. Wendolins, Ashley, Thornwood


48 Butelezi

Stanley Sakhephi

083 477 3896

ButheleziSS@durban.gov.za

16

ANC

Hlongwa

Talent Mfanufikile Warick Bruce

072 282 6997

HlongwaTM@durban.gov.za

17

ANC

083 7797 094

warick-chapman@thusa.co.za

18

DA

Thulani Emmanuel Marcus Sifiso

073 8684 750

GangileTE@durban.gov.za

19

ANC

082 532 8125

ZunguMS@durban.gov.za

20

ANC

Nyanisa

Nelisiwe Nestar

083 463 3044

NyanisaNN@durban.gov.za

21

ANC

Ngubane

Ellias Mbongiseni

073 395 7115

NgubaneEM@durban.gov.za

22

ANC

Bachu

Bhugwathlall

072 840 4822

BachuB@durban.gov.za

23

ANC

Peer

Fawzia

082 570 6939

fawziap@global.co.za or PeerF@durban.gov.za

24

ANC

Baig

Mahomed Yakoob

073 514 0599

BaigMY@durban.gov.za

25

ANC

Ntshangase

Bridget

073 132 1278

NtshangaseB@durban.gov.za

26

ANC

Coen

Avrille Marcia

083 775 4963

cira@telkomsa.net or CoenAM@durban.gov.za

27

DA

Devenish

George Edwin

072 133 1226

devenish@kznu.ac.za or DevenishGE@durban.gov.za

28

DA

MhlongoNtaka Mngadi

Lindiwe Muriel Bhekisisa Richard

082 6808 457

MhlongoNtakaLM@durban.gov.z a MngadiBR@durban.gov.za

29

ANC

30

ANC

Ngiba

Mkhipheni Mzimuni

083 339 1368

31

ANC

Khoza

Abednigo Vusumuzi

082 953 0970

avkhoza@telkomsa.net or KhozaAV@durban.gov.za

32

ANC

Burrows

Susan Mary

073 524 6620

suerog@mweb.co.za or BurrowsSM@durban.gov.za

33

DA

Gobind

Rabichandra

083 415 2157

GobindR@durban.gov.za

34

ANC

Chapman

Gangile Zungu

083 5737 368

Caversham Glen/Northdene, Hatton Estate, Paradise Valley, Nazareth, St. Wendoline, Mariannhill Park Klaarwater/Savan nah Park, Nagina Pinetown, Cowies Hill, Paradise Valley Wyebank, KwaDabeka Ekuyabuleni / KwaDabeka New Germany, Clermont, Padfield Park Clermont / Zakhele Primary School Pemary Ridge, Resmont, Reservoir Hills, Palmiet, Recreation Westville / Berea West / Chesterville Sydenham/Clara Hills, Springfield, Sherwood Durban CBD, City, Point Beach, Windermere, Stamford Hill Musgrave, Morningside, Essenwood Wiggins, Bonela, Chesterville Cato Manor, Cato Crest, Old Dunbar Glenwood, Mayville, Musgrave, Westridge, Sydenham, University Congella, Albert Park, Esplanade, Maydon Wharf Umbilo/Glenwood Effingham Heights, Avoca Hills, Duffs Road, Greenwood Park, Sea Cow Lake


49 De Boer

Heinz Ulrik

083 355 2343

durbanward35@gmail.com

35

DA

Macpherson

Dean William

083 7760 202

durbanward35@gmail.com

36

DA

Ramchuran

Preeth

RamchuranP@durban.gov.za

37

ANC

Myeza

David Sikhumbuzo

076 324 3823 or 084 547 4547 0730140208

MyezaDS@durban.gov.za

38

IFP

Gwala

Bhungu Mgezeni Dumisani Lucky Linda Denzel

083 3925 467

GwalaBM@durban.gov.za

39

IFP

083 7267 888

NgemaDL@durban.gov.za

40

ANC

Thandolwesizwe / Lindelani, Richmond Farm KwaMashu A, Duffs Road KwaMashu B

084 9646 452

XabaLD@durban.gov.za

41

ANC

KwaMashu - K, C

083 722 1716

NgwaneBA@durban.gov.za

42

ANC

082 293 8794

MabizelaDD@durban.gov.za

43

ANC

Shembe

Bhekisisa Alexius David Dumsani Sibusiso

084 8923 730

44

ANC

Ndaba

Sikhumbuzo

084 9875 105

ShembeSibusiso@durban.gov.z a NdabaSikhumbuzo@durban.gov. za

45

ANC

Dlamini

Bongani

083 9998 341

DlaminiB@durban.gov.za

46

ANC

Majola

Kenneth Lifaso Shunmugam Ramsamy

084 439 6993

MajolaKL@durban.gov.za

47

ANC

084 557 8777

action@mweb.co.za or MoodleySR@durban.gov.za

48

DA

Veeran

Ronnie

082 371 7698

ronniev@saol.com or VeeranRonnie@durban.gov.za

49

DA

Singh

Davanand

084 9000 196

SinghD@durban.gov.za

50

MF

Pillay

Patrick

083 797 9824

patrickpp@mweb.co.za or PillayPatrick@durban.gov.za

51

MF

-

-

-

-

52

MF

Gumede

083 689 9394

GumedeZRT@durban.gov.za

53

ANC

073 1427 675

NcwaneLS@durban.gov.za

54

ANC

082 4213 057

SokhelaJA@durban.gov.za

55

ANC

Gumede

Zandile Ruth Thelma Lincoln Siphiwe Jabulani Africa Sithembiso

072 210 5009

56

ANC

Kunju

Vincent

072 668 1684

GumedeSithembiso@durban.gov .za KunjuVT@durban.gov.za

57

ANC

Ntuzuma G, H, J, F Hlalalisa, Ntuzuma Inanda / Emapulazini KwaMashu L, N, J, P, Ntuzuma C, KwaMancinza KwaMashu - E, F &G KwaMashu M, H/Bester's Camp Phoenix Industrial, Greenbury, Stoneridge, Clayfield, Rockford Sunford / Eastbury, Longcroft Foresthaven, Woodview, Stanmore Shastri Park / Ottawa, Palmview Whetstone/Brook dale, Westham, Northcroft, Lenham Amawod/Trenanc e Manor Ntshungwane / Newtown C Newtown A & B / Ekuphakameni Amatikwe / Phola Mission, Etafuleni Redfern / Bhambayi / Ohlange

Ngema Xaba Ngwane Mabizela

Moodley

Ncwane Sokhela

Redhill, Umhlanga Rocks, Glen Anil, Sunningdale, La Lucia Durban North, Glenashley, Virginia, Umgeni Park, Briardene Newlands West, Hippo Road


50 Ndzimbomvu

Mxolisi Kenneth

082 8446 079

NdzimbomvuMK@durban.gov.za

58

ANC

Dlamini

072 2046 778

DlaminiJM@durban.gov.za

59

ANC

Arunajallam

Japhet Mlungisi Chellappen

082 302 1925

ArunajallamC@durban.gov.za

60

ANC

Abraham

Michael

072 6294 384

AbrahamM@durban.gov.za

61

ANC

Mabaso

Nompumelelo Theodorah

073 3802 249

MabasoNT@durban.gov.za

62

ANC

Mitchell (Jnr)

AndrĂŠ Ross

084 5500 133

andre.Mitchell@barrowsonline.co m or MitchellA@durban.gov.za

63

DA

Prinsloo

Billie Dorothea

082 923 0842

dweba@saol.com or PrinslooBD@durban.gov.za

64

DA

Mitchell (Snr)

AndrĂŠ Ross

084 464 1650

amitchell@absamail.co.za or MitchellAR@durban.gov.za

65

DA

Du Bois

Duncan Leslie

083 291 4913

dubois@eastcoast.co.za or DuBoisDL@durban.gov.za

66

DA

Snyman

082 7007 081

SnymanAD@durban.gov.za

67

DA

Shaik

Aubrey Desmond Ebrahim

082 578 6026

ShaikE@durban.gov.za

68

IFP

Palan

Thulkanna

083 5601 649

PalanT@durban.gov.za

69

MF

Rajaram

Nunkumar

084 426 9972

RajaramN@durban.gov.za

70

MF

Singh

Jayraj

SinghJayraj@durban.gov.za

71

MF

Nontshela

Mzawuthi Saddam

(083 560 2906 082 6373 323

NontshelaMS@durban.gov.za

72

ANC

Naidoo

Anandan

082 337 0834

NaidooAN@durban.gov.za

73

MF

Mthembu

Octavia Nolubabalo Isabel Mokgadi Robert Mshiyeni Mathombi

083 368 6543

MthembuON@durban.gov.za

74

ANC

072 417 0177

MalatsiIM@durban.gov.za

75

ANC

072 5295 479

MzobeRM@durban.gov.za

76

ANC

082 5927 390

MnyanduMC@durban.gov.za

77

ANC

Malatsi Mzobe Mnyandu

Mt. Edgecombe, Umdloti Beach, La Mercy, Verulam Etafuleni/Oakford , Amaotana Verulam/Hazelme re, Redcliffe, Canelands Cottonlands/Tong aat CBD, Wastonia Hambanathi/Fairb reeze, Tongaat Beach, Mangwaveni, Ghandi's Hill Queensburgh, Malvern, Ethembeni, Ekuthuleni, Northdene Yellowwood Park, Montclair, Woodlands Hillary / Burlington, Bellair, Memorial Park, Mount Vernon, Coedmore Rossburgh, Bluff, Clairwood, Grosvenor, Bayhead, Island View Wentworth, Brighton Beach Mobeni, Jacobs, Austerville, Merewent Bayview, Mobeni Heights, Havenside Silverglen, Woodhurst, Westcliffe Shallcross, Chatsworth Chatsworth, Moorton, Arena Park, Welbedacht Rose Heights, Witteklip, Croftdene, Arena Park Lamontville (Chris Hani) Lamontville (Barcelona) Umlazi S & V / Glebelands Umlazi H /


51 Claudia Nkontwana

072 5705 819

NkontwanaSP@durban.gov.za

78

ANC

Umlazi K & L

082 767 9868

NyawoseMS@durban.gov.za

79

ANC

Umlazi F & G

073 182 1838

XuluBE@durban.gov.za

80

ANC

084 624 3785

MthembuNE@durban.gov.za

81

ANC

Umlazi - A, B, E &V Umlazi C

083 5246 982

DladlaMAK@durban.gov.za

82

ANC

Umlazi - N, R & W

082 3987 632

ShabalalaNF@durban.gov.za

83

ANC

Umlazi J & M

076 528 6633

MthembuSS@durban.gov.za

84

ANC

072 5867 261

MkhizeSP@durban.gov.za

85

ANC

Ziphathele Vincent Abegail Nomthandazo Nomzamo Irene

073 178 6673

NgceceZV@durban.gov.za

86

ANC

083 9676 756

ShabalalaAN@durban.gov.za

87

ANC

Umlazi AA, BB, CC Umlazi - N, R & F, Ogwini, Sizwakele Umlazi Z, Y / Malukazi Umlazi Q, D

083 7495 118

MkhizeNI@durban.gov.za

88

ANC

Mkhize

Bhekokuhle Cyprian

073 763 1546

MkhizeBC@durban.gov.za

89

IFP

Maistry

Freddie

083 2878 112

MaistryF@durban.gov.za

90

ANC

Ntanzi

Prince Njabulo Mboneni Joseph Mthandeni Derrick Donald Zithulele Senzangakho na Gabriel Mbongeni

073 2205 444

NtanziPN@durban.gov.za

91

ANC

083 3124 445

ZuluMJ@durban.gov.za

92

ANC

083 481 5367

MsomiMD@durban.gov.za

93

ANC

078 246 3333

NtuliDZ@durban.gov.za

94

ANC

082 7911 058

ShangeSenzangakhona@durban .gov.za CeleGM@durban.gov.za

95

ANC

96

ANC

Johannes Jacobus Pretorius Stanley Zamokwakhe

083 380 4697

sonnybruns@absamail.co.za or BrunsdonJJP@durban.gov.za

97

DA

083 741 5189

XuluSZ@durban.gov.za

98

ANC

Bayeni

Mduduzi Enock

082 719 3999

BayeniME@durban.gov.za

99

ANC

Magwaza

Tana Derrick

072 240 3824

MagwazaTD@durban.gov.za

100

ANC

Abdool

Mahomed Amin Mahomed Faruk

083 786 4381

AbdoolMA@durban.gov.za

PR-TA

083 577 8648

AdamMF@durban.gov.za

PR-TA

Nyawose Xulu Mthembu Dladla

Shabalala Mthembu Mkhize

Nzama Shabalala Mkhize

Zulu Msomi Ntuli Shange Cele

Brunsdon

Xulu

Adam

Sindiswa Pretty-Girl Mishack Sithenjwa Bhekisisa Elliot Nomusa Euna Muziwenyang a Amon Kumakwabo Nomvuzo Francisca Sibonelo Stewart Sifiso Patrick

Imisebe

083 339 6750

Umlazi Zwelesithembiso D, A, B Isipingo, Umlazi T, Malukazi, Isipingo Rail Durban Airport Area, Isipingo Beach, Orient Hills, Lotus Park EmaXulwini / KwaMyeza Clermont / Etshelihle Ezimbokodweni, Amanzimtoti KwaMakhutha, Ezimangweni Folweni, Empushini Sunduzwayo, Etholeni, Adams Mission, Mangamazini Bhekulwandle, Amanzimtoti, Baphehli Mnini, Umgababa, Illovu, Kingsburgh Craigieburn, Umkomaas, Magabheni Siwini/Ehlanzeni


52 Bawden

Esther Mary

079 456 2993

bawden@3i.co.za or BawdenEM@durban.gov.za

PRIFP

Bhengu

072 267 2228

BhenguMN@durban.gov.za

083 242 9674

CeleNT@durban.gov.za

083 5714 877

CeleJN@durban.gov.za

083 272 0405

ChamaneNB@durban.gov.za

Chetty

My-Pet Ntombifuthi Nana Tryphina Joice Nondumiso Nompumelelo Beata Gangraj

083 321 0989

ChettyGangraj@durban.gov.za

PRANC PRANC PRANC PRANC PR-MF

Chetty

Arumugam

083 555 0006

Christians

Alex

082 372 0741

ChettyArumugam@durban.gov.z a jazzdance@telkomsa.net or ChristiansA@durban.gov.za

David

Eunice

084 585 6027

eunicedavid@telkomsa.net or DavidE@durban.gov.za

PRANC

Davis

Peter

082 571 3323

peterdee@webmail.co.za or DavisP@durban.gov.za

PR-DA

Ellis

Phillida Evelyn

082 775 8056

phillida@nn.independent.co.za or EllisPE@durban.gov.za

PR-DA

Gabela

Thandi Lucia

072 407 0518

GabelaTL@durban.gov.za

Gaillard

Denis Colin

083 551 2075

GaillardC@durban.gov.za

PRANC PR-DA

George

Cyril Maurice

083 299 3947

cybrengeorge@absamail.co.za or GeorgeCM@durban.gov.za

PRACDP

Girdhari

Banparkash

083 352 6318

GirdhariB@durban.gov.za

PR-MF

Gobey

Aleta Jacoba Magdalena

083 280 2039

alta@genlex.co.za or GobeyAJM@durban.gov.za

PRANC

Govender

Poobalan

082 4489 214

GovenderP@durban.gov.za

Gumede

083 2746 961

GumedeSN@durban.gov.za

Gumede

Sibusiso Nigel Vela Cecil

082 8107 355

GumedeVC@durban.gov.za

Gumede

Msizi Percival

072 485 0152

GumedeMP@durban.gov.za

Gumede

Thokozile Joyce Ravalall

073 5838 585

GumedeTJ@durban.gov.za

083 423 8102

hansrajr@absa.co.za or HansrajR@durban.gov.za

PRANC PRANC PRIFP PRIFP PRIFP PR-MF

083 5947 293

HlengwaPP@durban.gov.za

Hoorzuk

Primrose Phumzile Diana Gloria

083 784 4208

dianah1@mweb.co.za or HoorzukDG@durban.gov.za

Hoosman

Nafisa Bi

083 298 1285

HoosmanNB@durban.gov.za

Iyir

Noorharpersa dh Birtharthee Soobramoney

083 777 5248

IyirNB@durban.gov.za

083 555 0886

Bjayanathan@edcon.co.za or JayanathanS@durban.gov.za

Jiyane

Zodwa Emeltha

072 404 4866

Johnson

Managi

082 339 2789

Cele Cele Chamane

Hansraj Hlengwa

Jayanathan

action.da@mweb.co.za or JohnsonM@durban.gov.za

PR-ID PR-DA

PRANC PRANC PRANC PRIFP PR-DA PRSADE CO PR-DA


53 Kalicharan

Soonilall

083 683 3321

KalicharanS@durban.gov.za

PR-MF

Kaunda

Sipho Alam

073 353 0901

KaundaSA@durban.gov.za

Khanyile

082 420 4822

KhanyileJZ@durban.gov.za

082 457 0788

KhuzwayoSG@durban.gov.za

082 486 0788

KikineSKB@durban.gov.za

083 2495 489

LangaNP@durban.gov.za

Lindsay

Jeremiah Zwelihle Sipho Gladwell Samuel Kikine Bhekuyise Nomthandazo Patricia Jean Dagmar

PRANC PRIFP PRANC PRANC

082 550 4427

lindsayjd@mweb.co.za or LindsayJD@durban.gov.za

Lutyeku

Velile

083 571 2754

LutyekuV@durban.gov.za

Mabaso

Margaret Thandi Francisca Thembisile Nhanhla Freda Nokuthula Judith William Lekgoa

082 909 5564

MabasoMT@durban.gov.za

082 9528 022

MabuzaFT@durban.gov.za

072 5837 008

MadikizelaNF@durban.gov.za

083 5380 199

MakhanyaNJ@durban.gov.za

083 3284 958

lekgoa@dpsa.org.za or MapenaWL@durban.gov.za

Mbambo

Vumani Joseph

083 491 7676

vumanimbambo@yahoo.com or MbamboVJ@durban.gov.za

Mbatha

Phumlani Alpheus Sihle Maxwell

072 267 1561 082 7087 889

MbiliSM@durban.gov.za

082 9559 934

MhlanziDM@durban.gov.za

078 242 3004 or 083 863 6822 082 491 9905

MhlongoMIN@durban.gov.za

072 127 4841

MncwabeDF@durban.gov.za

Mngadi

Dennis Mzwandile Marrbirth Ignelia Nompumelelo Thembinkosi Obed Divas Fakisono Thandi Edna

073 243 9460

MngadiTE@durban.gov.za

PRANC PRIFP PR-DA

Mngadi

Molly

083 4220 059

mngadi@absamail.co.za or MngadiM@durban.gov.za

PRIFP

Mnguni

073 614 6314

MnguniSD@durban.gov.za

073 159 5807

MngwengweBV@durban.gov.za

Morar

Simosakhe David Bhekizazi Vincent Rajesh

082 881 8506

Morar

Shamini

083 679 4503

nnp@saol.com or MorarR@durban.gov.za nnp@saol.com.org or MorarS@durban.gov.za

PRIFP PRIFP PRANC PRANC

Mpungose

Nkosinathi Erick Zithulele Wiseman Melta Khanyisile

083 3525 210

MpungoseNE@durban.gov.za

082 439 0025

MshibeZW@durban.gov.za

073 179 2625 / 079 694 4350

MthembuMK@durban.gov.za

Khuzwayo Kikine

Langa

Mabuza Madikizela MakhanyaSibiya Mapena

Mbili Mhlanzi Mhlongo

Mlaba Mncwabe

Mngwengwe

Mshibe Mthembu

MlabaO@durban.gov.za

PRANC PR-DA PRANC PRANC PRANC PRANC PRANC PRANC PR-DA PRANC PRANC PRANC PRIFP

PRIFP PRANC PRANC


54 Mthethwa

Sipho Japhet

083 3134 319

MthethwaSJ@durban.gov.za

Mulqueeny

Judalene Iris Mary Benjamin Elijah Devanathan Kistnasamy

076 8758 112

MulqueenyJ@durban.gov.za

082 8152 521

MweliBE@durban.gov.za

072 074 6861

devannaicker@telkomsa.net or NaickerDK@durban.gov.za

Naidoo

Loganathan

083 272 4658

Naidoo

Pragalathan

082 889 0024

Naidoo

Selverani Rungiah

073 773 9330

Naidool@active3.co.za or NaidooLoganathan@durban.gov. za rockett@mjvn.co.za or NaidooPragalathan@durban.gov .za lallienaidoo@yahoo.com or NaidooSR@durban.gov.za

Naidoo

Jonathan

072 450 3960

jonathann@telkomsa.net or NaidooJonathan@durban.gov.za

PRACDP

Naranjee

Manilall

082 966 3262

NaranjeeM@durban.gov.za

Ndlela

073 6754 836

NdlelaNB@durban.gov.za

083 529 6769

NdlelaG@durban.gov.za

Nene

Ntombi Beatrice Gladwin Bheka Jonathan Mfana Patrick

PRIFP PRANC PRIFP

076 822 9583

NeneMP@durban.gov.za

Ngwenya

Sipho Samuel

072 5341 423

NgwenyaS@durban.gov.za

Ngwenya

Khonziwe Ntokozo Fortunate Mduduzi Samuel Nkululeko Cromwell Gillian Margaret

083 7100 876

Ntshangase

Ntuli

Mweli Naicker

Ndlela

Nkosi

PRANC PRANC PRIFP PR-DA PRANC PR-DA

PR-DA

PRAZAP O PRANC PR-ID

076 1331 382

NkosiMS@durban.gov.za

082 817 2478

NofeketaNC@durban.gov.za

082 800 0943

gnoyce@africamail.co.za or NoyceGM@durban.gov.za

PR-DA

Mary-Jane Mama

084 415 4089

NtshangaseMM@durban.gov.za

082 7538 871

NtuliMM@durban.gov.za

073 4909 804

Nxumaloj@durban.gov.za

083 682 6702

NzuzaTT@durban.gov.za

Padayachee

Mandlenkosi Mzikayifani James Sikhosiphi Theresa Thembi Pragasan

082 407 2797

PadayacheeP@durban.gov.za

PRNADE CO PRIFP PRANC PRIFP PR-MF

Pepler

Peter Michael

082 877 8005

PeplerPM@durban.gov.za

Petersen

Brenda Hazel

083 616 7193

Phungula

Autrina Nomathemba Jacob Johannes Geoffrey Douglas Ayrton

072 933 4645

PhungulaAN@durban.gov.za

082 824 8523

PienaarJ@durban.gov.za

083 695 9190

geoffpullan@iafrica.com or PullanGDA@durban.gov.za

Nofeketa Noyce

Nxumalo Nzuza

Pienaar Pullan

PRIFP PR-DA

PRIFP PRANC PR-DA PRANC PR-DA


55 Reddy

Visvin Gopal

082 325 3497

reddyvg@durban.gov.za

Saib

Yassien

082 660 2787

ysaib@telkomsa.net or SaibY@durban.gov.za

Sibiya

082 336 8560

SibiyaBF@durban.gov.za

Sibiya

Bhekumusa Funakonke Ntombizodwa

Singh

Rakesh

074 300 4728

SinghRakesh@durban.gov.za

PRANC PRANC PR-ID

Stefanidis

Senprabha

083 786 9785

StefanidisS@durban.gov.za

PR-MF

Sunker

Laljith

082 831 5795

SunkerL@durban.gov.za

Thring

Wayne Maxim

083 623 1240

wayne@acdpkzn.co.za or ThringWM@durban.gov.za

PRIFP PRACDP

Tsepouras

Constantina

082 470 1963

TsepourasC@durban.gov.za

PR-DA

Young

Nokuthula Yolenda

084 4457 207

yolanda@workmail.co.za or YoungNY@durban.gov.za

PRANC

Zulu

Nokuthula Goodness Mqiniseni Simon Pritured Sibusiso

073 1324 703

ZuluNG@durban.gov.za

082 964 3348

simonzwi@mweb.co.za

073 372 9396

ZwanePS@durban.gov.za

PRANC PRANC PRANC

Zwane Zwane

072 219 8274

DURBAN STREET NAME CHANGES OLD NAME

NEW NAME

TYPE

SUBURB

ADAMS ROAD

KHOTHO MKHUNYA

ROAD

AMANZIMTOTI

ALBERT ST

INGCUCE

ROAD

CBD

ALIWAL STREET

SAMORA MACHEL

STREET

CBD

ARGYLE RD

SANDILE THUSI

ROAD

GREYVILLE

BAKER ST

J N SINGH

STREET

CBD

BEATRICE ST

CHARLOTTE MAXEKE

STREET

GREYVILLE

BELLAIR ROAD

VUSI MZIMELA

ROAD

MAYVILLE

BELLEVUE ROAD

AMICAL CABRAL

ROAD

ISIPINGO BEACH

BEREA RD (NORTH)

KING DINUZULU (NORTH)

ROAD

WARWICK

BEREA RD (SOUTH)

KING DINUZULU (SOUTH)

ROAD

WARWICK

BIDEFORD RD

ZINTO CELE

ROAD

BLAIR ATHOLL RD

RODGER SISHI

ROAD

NEW GERMANY

BOOTH RD + SPINE RD

HARRY GWALA

ROAD

CHESTERVILLE

BRICKFIELD RD

FELIX DLAMINI

ROAD

SYDENHAM

BRICKHILL ROAD

SYLVESTER NTULI

ROAD

OLD FORT

BROADWAY

SWAPO

ROAD

BROADWAY

CANAL RD

RICHARD WALNE

ROAD

MAYDON WHARF

CATO MANOR ST + portion of FRANCIOS RD to Ballair

MARY THIPHE

STREET

WESTRIDGE

CENTENARY

M L SULTAN

ROAD

SOUTH GATE

PRANC PR-DA


56 CHELMSFORD RD CIRCLE ROADCHATSWORTH COWEY ROAD AND EDITH BENSON ROAD DARTNEL ROAD AND MITCHELL ROAD DAVENPORT

J B MARKS

ROAD

BULWER

R K KHAN

CIRCLE

DAWNCLIFFE

PROBLEM MKHIZE

ROAD

ESSENWOOD

GLADYS MANZI

ROAD

GREYVILLE

HELEN JOSEPH

ROAD

BULWER

DHARWAR & BIKANER RDS

KRISHNA RABILAL

ROAD

MEREWENT

DORES LANE

SANELE NXUMALO

LANE

TONGAAT CENTRAL

DURANTA RD

BASIL FEBRUARY

ROAD

MEREWENT

EDWIN SWALES

SOLOMON MAHLANGU

DRIVE

UMBILO

ESSENWOOD ROAD

STEVEN DLAMINI

ROAD

ESSENWOOD

FIELD ST

JOE SLOVO

STREET

CBD

FIRST AV + STAMFORDHILL RD

MATHEWS MEYIWA

ROAD

SELECTION BEACH

FISCHER ROAD – HILLCREST

BLESSING NINELA

ROAD

WATERFALL

FISHER ST

MASOBIYA MDLULI

STREET

SOUTH BEACH

FRANCOIS RD

RICK TURNER

ROAD

UMBILO

FRERE RD

ESTHER ROBERTS

ROAD

GLENWOOD

GALE ST

MAGWAZA MAPHALALA

STREET

CONGELA

GARDINER ST

DOROTHY NYEMBE

STREET

CBD

GOBLE RD

SMISO NKWANYANA

ROAD

MORNINGSIDE

GRAY PARK RD

DR HOOSEN HAFFAJEE

ROAD

BRIGHTON BEACH

KING CETSHWAYO

HIGHWAY

PARADISE VALLEY/COWIES HILL

ADELAIDE TAMBO

DRIVE

BROADWAY

KING GEORGE V ROAD + SOUTH RIDGE RD

MAZISI KUNENE

ROAD

UNIVERSITY

KINGSWAY RD

ANDREW ZONDO

ROAD

AMANZIMTOTI/ATHLONE PARK

KWAMASHU HIGHWAY

CURNICK NDLOVU

HIGHWAY

KWAMUSHU

LAMONTVILLE RD 1 and LAMONTVILLE MAIN RD

MSIZI DUBE

ROAD

LAMONTVILLE

LEOPOLD ST

DAVID WEBSTER

STREET

WARWICK

LORNE STREET

ISMAIL C MEER

STREET

GREYVILLE

M27

JABU NGCOBO

DRIVE

TONGAAT/VERULAM

M35

SBU MAGWANYANE

DRIVE

SOUTH RIDGE

GOPALALL HURBANS

ROAD

TONGAAT/VERULAM

MTHOKO MKHIZE

DRIVE

MPUMALANGA

LENA AHRENS

ROAD

GLENWOOD

JAN SMUTS HIGHWAY + Whole of M13 KENSINGTON DRIVE

MAIN RD TONGAAT MAIN RD TO MPUMALANGA T/SHIP MANNING ROAD


57 MANSFIELD RD

STEVE BIKO

ROAD

MUSGRAVE

MARINE PARADE

O R TAMBO

PARADE

DURBAN BEACH FRONT

MARRIOT GARDENS

GLADYS MAZIBUKO

ROAD

ESSENWOOD

MASONIC GROVE

DULLAH OMAR

GROVE

CBD

MCDONALD RD

ALAN PATON

ROAD

BULWER

MOORE RD

CHE GUEVARA

ROAD

BULWER

MOSS ST

GEORGE SEWPERSADH

STREET

GRANGETOWN

MR577

DUMISANI MAKHAYE

DRIVE

KWAMUSHU

NEWLANDS EAST DRIVE

MUSA DLADLA

DRIVE

NEWLANDS EAST

NICHOLSON ROAD

Z K MATHEWS

ROAD

UMBILO

NORTH COAST RD

CHRIS HANI

ROAD

PARKHILL

NORTH RIDGE + RIDGE RD

PETER MOKABA

ROAD

MORNINGSIDE

NORTHERN DRIVEPHOENIX

JG CHAMPION

DRIVE

FOREST HAVEN

NORTHWAY RD

KENNETH KAUNDA

ROAD

ATHLONE

OLD DUTCH RD

CHRIS NTULI

ROAD

MUSGRAVE

OLD FORT PLACE

ARCHIE GUMEDE

PLACE

CBD

OLD FORT RD

K E MASINGA

ROAD

CBD

OLD MAIN RD ISIPINGO

PHILA NDWANDWE

ROAD

ISIPINGO

OLD MAIN ROADPINETOWN

JOSIAH GUMEDE

ROAD

PINETOWN

OLD MAIN ROADSOUTH

WANDA CELE

ROAD

UMGABABA/AMANZIMTOTI

ORDINANCE RD

BRAAM FISCHER

ROAD

CBD

PELICAN DRIVE

LENNY NAIDU

DRIVE

BAYVIEW

PINE ST

MONTY NAICKER

ROAD

CBD

PRINCE ALFRED STREET

FLORENCE NZAMA

STREET

CBD

PRINCE EDWARD

DR GOONAM

STREET

CBD

QUEEN MARY AVENUE

SPHIWE ZUMA

AVENUE

UMBILO

QUEEN ST

DENIS HURLEY

STREET

CBD

R603

SBU MKHIZE

DRIVE

LOVU

RICHMOND RD

HENRY PENNINGTON

ROAD

NAGINA

RUSSEL ST

JOSEPH NDULI

STREET

CBD

SHEPSTONE RD

QASHANA KHUZWAYO

ROAD

RIGDEVIEW

SMITH ST

ANTON LEMBEDE

STREET

CBD

MOSES KOTANE

ROAD

SPARKS

GRIFFITHS MXENGE

HIGHWAY

UMLAZI

MAUD MFUSI

STREET

CBD

RD NAIDU

DRIVE

SPRINGFIELD

SPARKS RD + ABREY RD SPINAL RD AT UMLAZI (Mangosuthu High Way) ST GOERGES STREET STANLEY COPLEY DRIVE


58 SYDENHAM ROAD

JOHN ZIKHALI

ROAD

ESSENWOOD/MUSGRAVE

VICTORIA STREET

BERTA MKHIZE

STREET

CBD

WALTER GILBERT

ISAIAH NTSHANGASE

ROAD

STAMFORD HILL

WARWICK AV

JULIUS NYERERE

AVENUE

WARWICK

WATSON H/WAY

USHUKELA DRIVE

DRIVE

ISIPINGO HILLS

WEST ST

DR PIXLEY KaSEME

STREET

CBD

WILLIAMS ROAD

KHUZIMPI SHEZI

ROAD

UMBILO

WILLOWVALE ROAD

ALBERT DLOMO

ROAD

GLENWOOD

WINDER ST

DR LANGALIBALELE DUBE

STREET

SOUTH BEACH

WINDERMERE

LILIAN NGOYI

ROAD

WINDERMERE

USEFUL CONTACT NUMBERS / EMAILS AT A GLANCE Emergency Numbers Police / Flying Squad Ambulance Fire & Emergency Sea Rescue Mountain Rescue

10111 10177 031 361 000 031 361 8567 080 000 5133

Important Numbers Child Line Life Line Child Protection Unit Tourist Protection Unit SPCA Durban & Coastal Emergency Maritime / Sea Rescue Mountain Rescue Fire Department Energy Saving Electricity Faults Robots Health Land Invasions Verges Water Cleansing & Solid Waste Rates & Revenue Queries Potholes, Roads & Storm water

080 005 5555 031 312 2323 031 310 3100 031 368 4453/2207 031 273 1200/ 031 305 3347 031 261 6509 031 361 8567 080 000 5133 031 361 0000 dsm@elec.durban.gov.za 080 131 3111 custocare@elec.durban.gov.za 080 033 3467 aucampa@drban.gov.za envirohealth@durban.gov.za mzimelah@durban.gov.za swartc@durban.gov.za 080 131 3013 eservices@dmws.durban.gov.za 080 032 3235 (sewage) dswcsl@dmws.durban.gov.za revline@durban.gov.za


59 Maintenance

eservices@dmws.durban.gov.za

Parks Board Reservations Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife South African National Parks

033 845 1999 012 428 9111

Weather General Durban Maritime

082 162 082 231 1603 031 307 4135 / 031 301 8584

General Computicket Playhouse Company Durban City Hall International Convention Centre

083 915 8000 031 369 9555 031 311 1111 031 360 1000

Internet Cafes ColourKo – Cowey Centre Cyber Café – 134 Mansfield Rd Durban Online – Ushaka Village Infonet Café – Umhlanga Internet Fundi – Davenport Ctr Kaya e-Café – Broad Street Odyssey – Gateway Thintanani – 442 Smith Street

031 207 6550 031 201 4688 031 337 1818 031 561 1397 031 202 5625 031 304 5932 031 566 5120 031 301 3178

Central Post Office

031 336 3333 Corner of Pixley Kasema (West) & Dorothy Nyembe (Gardiner Str). Mon-Fri 08h00 – 16h30 Wed 08h30 – 16h30 Sat 08h00 – 12h00

Libraries Central Lending Library

Don Afrikana Library Central Reference Library

031 311 1111 / 2208/2146 Durban City Hall Mon-Fri 09h00 – 16h30 Sat 08h30 – 14h30 031 332 0586/7 10th Floor Liberty Towers, 214 Pixley Kasema St 031 337 6246/7 10th Floor Liberty Towers, 214 Pixley Kasema St

HEALTHCARE Ambulance Metro Ambulance (all areas) Netcare 24-hr emergency Emergency Medical Rescue ER 24

10177 082 911 031 302 9911 084 124


60 City-Med St John’s

080 033 3911 031 305 6588

Hospitals Addington Albert Luthuli Crompton, Pinetown Entabeni Entabeni, 24-hr trauma Kingsway Hospital McCord’s Parklands St Augustine’s Umhlanga Westville

031 327 2000 031 240 1000 031 702 0777 031 204 1300 031 204 1377 031 904 7000 031 268 5700 031 242 4000 031 268 5000 031 560 5500 031 265 0911

Medical Centres & Services ER Central Sunningdale South Beach Med (24-hr) Wheel Medical The Travel Doctor Dental Services

031 337 1288 031 562 9393 031 332 3101 031 332 5711 031 360 1122 031 304 3000

TRANSPORT Car Hire Avis Budget Imperial Tempest

086 102 1111 086 101 6622 086 113 1000 031 368 5231

Taxis Mozzie Cabs Bunny Cabs Eagle

086 066 9943 031 332 2914 031 337 8333

Inter-City Coach Services Greyhound Translux SA Roadlink Lux Liner

083 915 9000 086 158 9282 031 307 5424 011 914 2455

Durban International Airport Enquires Flight Information

031 451 6666 086 727 7888

ART / PARKS/ GARDENS /MUSEUMS /NATURE RESERVES/ ATTRACTIONS / HISTORY AND TOURISM OFFICES Art Galleries Durban art Gallery

031 311 2264/9


61 The BAT Shop African Art Centre The NSA Art Gallery

031 332 9951 031 304 7915 031 202 3686/7

Parks / Gardens /Nature Reserves & Tourism Offices Tourist Junction

Ushaka Marine World Metro Info Centre Tourism KZN Thousand Hills Tourism Sugar Coast Tourism Dolphin Coast Tourism Botanic Gardens Friends of the Botanic Gardens Jamieson Park Japanese Gardens Mitchell Park Makaranga Garden Lodge Hawaan Forest Umbogavango (Fax) Empisini Burman Bush Pigeon Valley Park Trail Paradise Valley Nature Reserve Kenneth Stainbank Nature Reserve Palmiet Nature Reserve Krantzkloof Nature Reserve New Germany Nature Reserve Umhlanga Tourism Amanzimtoti Tourism Bluff Nature Reserve Hazelmere Dam Nagle Dam Shongweni Dam Inanda Dam

Beaches and Pools

031 304 4934 1st Floor Old Station Building, 160 Pine Street Mon-Fri 08h00 – 16h00 Sat 09h00 – 14h00 031 337 8099 080 033 1011 031 336 7500 031 903 7498 031 561 4257 032 946 1997 031 201 1303 031 202 5819 031 312 2318 031 563 1333 031 312 2318 031 764 6616 031 566 4018 031 904 1692 031 973 0093 / 039 973 0093 031 312 4466 / 2773 082 926 5333 / 031 206 1738 031 702 3443/3473 031 469 2807 031 203 7067/5 / 031 266 6342 031 764 3515 031 262 8239 / 031 709 1074 031 561 4257 031 903 7498/7493 031 469 2807 / 031 461 3623 032 533 2315 031 782 8085 031 769 1283/1175 082 551 5616/ 031 766 9946 031 335 3700

HISTORICAL SITES Culture & Heritage

PheZulu Safari Park Isithumba Adventure - Cultural Village Durban Cult & Document Centre Temple of Understanding Juma Majid Mosque Inanda Heritage Trail Emanuel Catholic Cathedral

031 777 1000 031 777 7167 031 309 7559 031 403 3328 031 306 0026 031 311 4078 031 306 3595


62 Walkabout Tours / Orient & History

031 304 4934

MUSEUMS Adams Mission History & Science Durban Holocaust Centre Phansi Museum Luthuli Museum Natural Science Museum Old House Museum Old Court House Museum KwaMuhle Museum Port Natal Maritime Museum Pinetown Museum Bergthiel Museum (Westville) Cato Manor Heritage Museum Old Fort Museum Campbell Museum Geological Display Centre UKZN Natal Sharks Board Old Mutual Natural Science Museum

083 948 2729 031 368 6833 031 206 2889 032 559 6822 031 311 2256 031 311 2261 031 311 2226/7 031 311 2235 031 311 2231 031 718 2740 031 203 7107 031 261 6640 031 307 3337 031 207 3432 031 260 2525 031 561 1001 031 566 8040

UNIQUE EXPERIENCES Scuba Diving

082 454 9222

Walking Tours Walkabout Tours

031 304 4934/3868

Helicopter Tours Virginia Airflip Ithala Game Reserve Sky Diving Ushaka Helicopter Tours Cato Flying School

031 563 7101 072 214 6040 031 328 8000 031 765 5209

Boat Trips Sarie Marais Isle of Capri African Queen Hakuna Matata Durban Charter Boat Assoc.

031 305 4022 031 337 7751 / 031 305 3099 032 943 1118 031 301 1953 031 301 1115


63 Durban Ferry Services Da Boss Executive Cruise

031 301 1953 082 519 5000

Steam Train Umgeni Steam Railway

031 303 3003 / 082 353 6003

WHERE TO GO Attractions Ushaka Marine World Sea World / Wet n Wild Snorkel Lagoon Shark Experience Ocean Walk Experience Rickshaw Rides Ricksha Bus Tours Sugar Terminals Umgeni River Bird Park Victoria Street Market Sharks Board Crocodile Creek Phezulu / Assegay Safari Park Swazi Candles Virginia Airport Marianhill Monastery Crocworld Water World 1000 Hills Choo Choo Mini Town Duck & Deck Animal Farm Phezulu Crocodile Park Animal Farmyard Wilson’s Wharf Suncoast Casino Sibaya Casino & Entertainment Fantasy Forest Games Centre Gateway Gateway Theatre of Shopping Rock Climbing Surfing 4x4 Trails Theatre Imax Skate Park Pavilion Shopping Centre Mini Golf

031 328 8000 031 328 8000 031 328 8000 031 328 8000 031 328 8000 031 311 4497 / 083 626 9669 031 304 4034 031 365 8100 031 579 4600 031 306 4021 031 566 0400 082 920 0730 031 777 1000 031 777 1000 031 563 7101 031 700 2704/ 4288 039 976 1103 031 903 3034 082 353 6003 031 337 7892 031 768 1029 031 777 1000 031 765 2240 031 307 7841 031 328 3000 031 580 5000 031 566 1897 031 584 9400

031 265 0558


64 Skate Park Ten Pin Bowling

Theatres The Natal Playhouse Bat Centre / TransAfrica Express Elizabeth Sneddon Theatre The Heritage Theatre Catalina Theatre Barnyard Theatre Izulu Theatre Stables Theatre Centre for Jazz Marketing Dept

031 369 9555 031 332 0451 031 260 2296 031 765 4197 031 305 6889 031 566 3045 031 580 5555 031 309 2513 031 260 3385 031 580 5100

Kiddies Attractions Mini Town PheZulu Safari Park Animal Farmyard

031 337 7892 031 777 1000 031 765 2240

SPORT

Football Football is the most popular spectator sport in South Africa. In KwaZulu-Natal, the province is divided into regions, which are exactly analogous to the municipal districts. Therefore, there are ten country regions and one metro region (eThekwini). Within these regions are a number of Local Football Associations (LFA’s) which again correspond with the local district boundaries. The eThekwini Metro region contains 100 wards, which make up 19 LFA’s. Clubs within these associations elect officials for each club, which form the nucleus of the SAFA regional council. The SAFA KZN regional committee is elected from this council. The regional committees vote on


65 issues concerning football in SA. Football at grassroots level enjoys a tremendous amount of interest and support.

SAFA KZN

031 332 1813

Professional Soccer Leagues Amazulu Football Club Golden Arrows Football Club Thanda Zulu Royal Durban Stars Nathi Lions Pietermaritzburg United

031 564 0161 031 303 9848 079 884 6142 031 301 1418 031 304 1699 033 392 4551

Local Football Associations Chatsworth Clermont Durban FA/Berea/Cato Manor Durban South Greater Hillcrest Inanda KwaMashu Mbumbulu Mpumalanga/ Ntshongweni Ntuzuma Phoenix Pinetown Pinetown South Reunion Thandanani/ Inchanga Tongaat Umkhomaas/ Magabheni Umlazi Verulam

082 376 3322 083 479 1317 082 725 1869 083 778 1250 084 716 4926 073 166 3229 082 967 9957 084 575 8194 072 105 5344 082 465 0770 072 615 8648 083 453 7981 083 477 3896 083 862 0266 076 239 4145 083 293 9744 082 827 0488 083 615 7835 073 060 6332 FIFA Beach Soccer 031 336 2500 One of the newest and fastest growing football disciplines is that of Beach Soccer. FIFA and Beach Soccer World Wide ( BSWW) have chosen Durban and KwaZulu-Natal to be the home of Beach Soccer for Africa and as the launch pad into the continent

KZN Athletics KZN Cricket KZN Rugby KZN Tennis KZN Surf Lifesaving KZN Badminton KZN Aquatics KZN Polo KZN Disability Sports

031 312 9374 031 335 4200 031 308 8435 031 261 3661 031 572 2182 031 467 8599 031 203 3099 031 303 3903 031 303 1303

GOLF AND GAME Durban

Royal Durban golf Club Durban Country Club Durban Country club –

031 309 1373 031 313 1777


66 Beachwood Mount Edgecombe Country Club Windsor Park Golf Course Papwa Sewgolum Golf Course Bluff National Golf Course

031 313 1777 031 539 5330 031 312 2245 031 262 7130 031 467 7448

Sugar Coast

Maidstone Country Club

032 945 0419

Thousand Hills

Kloof Country Club Camelot Golf Estate

031 764 0555 031 765 8347

Amanzimtoti

Amanzimtoti Country Club

031 902 1166

SHOPPING CENTRES / MALLS

Arbour Crossing Ballito Lifestyle Centre Berea Centre Bluff Towers Bluff Pick ‘n Pay Centre Buxton’s Village Cambridge Centre Chatsworth Centre City View Davenport Square Centre Durban International Airport Shops Fields Shopping Centre Galleria Mall Gateway Theatre of Shopping Glenwood Village Ithala Centre – KwaMashu Kensington Square Kingsburgh Centre La Lucia Mall Montclair Mall Musgrave Centre New Berea Centre Newlands City Overport City Paradise Junction Park Boulevard Phoenix Plaza Pick ‘n Pay Hyper by the Sea Pine Crest Centre Qualbert Centre

031 904 2064 032 924 3923 031 202 7888 031 467 8723 031 467 7959 031 561 2759 031 308 7500 031 403 5451 031 309 6737 031 201 0372 031 451 6666 031 312 5959 031 904 2233 031 566 2332 031 201 0137 031 503 3390 031 573 7223 031 916 4915 031 562 8420 031 462 7474 031 201 5129 031 202 7888 031 332 4324 031 327 4821 031 240 7700 031 366 1111 031 507 8505 031 563 9733 031 704 4164 031 507 8505


67 Queensburgh Shopping Centre Queensmead Mall Rinaldo Centre Seadoone Mall Shoprite Centre Durban Southway Mall The Crescent The Heritage Market The Home Centre The Village Market The Wheel Shopping Centre The Workshop Shopping Centre Toti Mall Umhlanga Village Ushaka Village Walk Umhlanga Plaza Value Centre Springfield Village Mall Wilson’s Wharf Victoria Street Market Windermere Centre Umlazi Megacity

031 366 1327 031 312 5959 031 502 1520 031 903 2681 031 337 6211 031 334 6114 031 566 2887 031 765 5479 031 263 0697 031 266 4245 031 332 4324 031 304 9894 031 903 5488 031 561 2759 031 328 8011 031 561 1020 031 263 2054 031 764 0314 031 307 7841 031 306 4021 031 312 5959 031 902 8202

USEFUL INTERNET LINKS The Official Site Of The City Of Durban • http://www.durban.gov.za/

Foreign Embassies, Consuls & Representatives In South Africa • http://www.dfa.gov.za/foreign/forrep/index.htm

How To Find Accommodation In Durban / South Africa (Hotels, Bed & Breakfast, Hostels, Camping Etc) • • • • • • • • • •

http://www.wheretostay.co.za/ http://www.safarinow.com/ http://www.aatravel.co.za/accommodation/places_to_stay/southern_africa/south_africa/index.html http://www.getaway.co.za/ http://www.sleeping-out.co.za/ http://www.southafrica.com/ http://www.sa-venues.com/ http://www.durban-direct.com/ http://www.hotelium.com/City/Durban.htm?gclid=CKWel7Hoxp8CFcpb4wodNHnJzg http://durbannews.info/

Durban Tourism Information Sites: • • • • • • • • • •

http://www.antbear.co.za/information/durban-tourist-attractions.htm http://www.imaginedurban.org/index.php/Events/Star-Party.html http://durban-tourism.co.za/ http://www.durban.kzn.org.za/index.php?districthome+23 http://www.zulu.org.za/ http://www.allafricaventures.com/ http://www.infohub.co.za/kwazulu-natal/durban-metro/tourist-attractions.htm http://www.findtours.co.za/destinations/durban.aspx http://durban.cityguidesa.com/ http://www.places.co.za/html/kwazulu_natal_cities.html


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Where To Eat In Durban • • • •

http://www.wininganddining.co.za/kwazulu-natal/durban http://www.dinnersite.co.za/?gclid=CPug9bHrxp8CFY5n4wod5DFDsg http://www.eatout.co.za/home/index.asp http://www.dining-out.co.za/Durban-Restaurants.asp

Adventure, Activities, Things To Do In And Around Durban • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •

http://www.durban-venues.co.za/site-seeing/things-to-do-durban.htm http://2010.zeuzzo.co.za/sa/sa-places-see-durban http://www.durban-direct.com/activities.html http://www.durbanandall.co.za/durban_places_to_visit.html http://www.exploresouthafrica.net/kwazulunatal/attractions/20_things_to_do.htm http://www.dirtyboots.co.za/twn-listae-durban.php http://www.adventureescapades.co.za/ http://www.beachandbush.co.za/ http://www.fishingadventures.co.za/ http://www.nomadicadventures.com/ http://www.umhlanga-coastline.co.za/4x4-adventures.html http://www.wheretostay.co.za/activities/horseback http://www.mysteryghostbus.co.za/ghost.htm http://www.warthog.co.za/dedt/tourism/durban/outdoors/poi.htm http://www.fanagalo.co.za/tourism/kznd.htm http://www.southafricalogue.com/places-2-go/durban-beaches-surfing/what-to-do-on-a-short-visit-todurban.html

Durban Business Information • http://www.durbanchamber.co.za/index.php/services/support-services-and-structures/businessmanagement-information • http://www.infohub.co.za/kwazulu-natal/durban-metro/index.htm • http://kzntopbusiness.co.za/site/home • http://durban.gumtree.co.za/f-Business-Services-other-W0QQCatIdZ9066 • http://www.kznnorthhappenings.co.za/durban_business.htm • http://www.bnipelican.co.za/ • http://www.bwasa.co.za/UpcomingEvents/Durban/tabid/5317/Default.aspx • http://www.ananzi.co.za/catalog/BusinessandFinance/BusinessDirectories/index.html • http://www.brabys.com/products/cities.asp • http://www.yellowpages.co.za/

Travel / Transport Bookings • http://www.durbantransport.com/ • http://www.computicket.com/web/bus_tickets/ • http://www.backpack.co.za/southafrica/western_cape/transportation/Durban_To_Johannesburg_And_ Pretoria.html • http://www.flysaa.com/redir.html • http://www.cheapfares.co.za/ • http://www.southafrica.info/travel/advice/flights.htm • http://www.essentialtravelinfo.com/flights/fly_durban_to_johannesburg.html • http://www.flightsite.co.za/flights/ • http://home.intekom.com/ecotravel/south-african/tourist-transport/domestic-airlines-flights.htm • http://www.saflights.co.za/flights-south-africa/durban-flights.html • http://bestflights.co.za/domesticflights/Durban.html • http://www.travelstart.co.za/static.jsp?pageName=CheapFlights_Durban • http://www.pricecheck.co.za/flight_destinations/destination~DUR~Durban/ • http://www.jbtours.co.za/upmarket/enewsletter/newsletter7/html/JHBtoDBN_return.pdf • http://www.southafrica.info/travel/advice/buses.htm • http://www.coastingafrica.com/client-Mainliner-bus-services.htm • http://www.spoornet.co.za/SpoornetWebContentSAP/html/passengers.htm


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http://www.zippycabs.co.za/ http://www.mozzie.co.za/site/default.asp http://www.assist247.co.za/directory/taxi-services/towns-and-cities.aspx http://www.greyhound.co.za/ http://www.durbanpeoplemover.co.za/

Online Maps • • • • • • • • • •

http://www.shellinfosight.com/ http://maps.brabys.com/bmaps/ http://maps.google.co.za/ http://www.mapstudio.co.za/ http://www.saexplorer.co.za/south-africa/map/Durban_map.asp http://www.safarinow.com/destinations/durban/articles/Durban-Travel-Guide.aspx http://www.ownerdirect.com/travel-guides/south-africa/durban/maps-directions/1339-187-1.htm http://maps.yellowpages.co.za/ http://www.streetmaps.co.za/ http://www.askmaps.com/001/ml183.php

Weather Forecasts Etc For Durban, South Africa & The Rest Of The World. • http://www.timeanddate.com/weather/south-africa/durban/ext

Online Conversion Of Any Measurements, Temperatures Etc. • http://www.onlineconversion.com/


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