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International connectivity gives KwaZulu-Natal the edge

Increased connectivity in the form of international direct flights into Durban, has paid off so well for tourism sector and economic growth in KwaZulu-Natal region. ... Full story

Inquiry into Durban collapsed structure postponed

The formal Section 32 inquiry into the collapsed structure that was under construction at Imperial Logistics in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, has been postponed. ... Full story

R1.1 billion Mount Edgecombe Interchange to boost Commercial demand

The development and operational sides of the new R1.1 billion Mount Edgecombe Interchange in KwaZulu Natal has gained momentum, and so is the demand for commercial space in the near vicinity. ... Full story

New Ballito Junction Mall ready to trade despite dwindling consumer spending

The much-awaited Ballito Junction Mall located in KwaZulu-Natal's North Coast holiday town of Ballito, will be opening to the public on Thursday, March 23 despite other Mall Owners feeling the pinch amid dwindling consumer spending. ... Full story

Nedbank backs Umhlanga's new mixed-use development with R1bn

Umhlanga, a resort town north of Durban on the coast of KwaZulu-Natal, will soon get a new mixed-use office and retail development — thanks to Nedbank’s recent approval of R1 billion finance facility. ... Full story

Durban’s King Shaka International Airport built without a feasibility study

Astonishing claims has surfaced, suggesting that the King Shaka International Airport in Durban was built without a feasibility study by Airports Company South Africa (Acsa). ... Full story

A look at Durban’s R1.8 billion Cornubia Shopping Mall

DURBAN - Cornubia Shopping Mall, a new retail development located in the north coastal corridor of Durban, is on track to open its doors in September next year. ... Full story

Cornubia attracts property investors

Cornubia Industrial and Business Estate (CIBE), located in KwaZulu-Natal’s northern corridor, has emerged as a focal point for property investors. ... Full story

Kwazulu-Natal’s aerotropolis boosts property interest

There is significant interest from property investors on the north coast of Durban due to increased economic activity at Africa's first purpose-built aerotropolis, the Dube TradePort, home to King Shaka International Airport. ... Full story

Hammarsdale’s R6bn Industrial park to fuel jobs bonanza

Hammarsdale, west of Durban is on a roll, thanks to Keystone Industrial Park, to be built at an estimated cost of R6 billion. ... Full story

Durban’s sought-after Point poised for new wave of development

Durban’s Point precinct is been transformed into a property market paradise, with upgraded roads and waterways leading to upmarket apartment blocks. ... Full story

Major deals the latest in rush for north coast property

Demand for prime land in KwaZulu-Natal’s northern corridor is on the rise with the announcement of two major property and investment deals. ... Full story

Milestone land claims settlement signed in KZN

A significant milestone has been reached in the settlement of the land claims lodged by the Mkhuzane and the Nodunga communities on properties previously owned by Mondi (Pty) Ltd. ... Full story

KZN gets biggest share in SA's 2015 Budget

The KwaZulu-Natal province will receive the largest share of the budget of all the provinces in terms of equitable share, according to Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene's 2015/16 budget tabled in the National Assembly on Wednesday. ... Full story

Tongaat Mall inquiry’s key witness in hospital

Controversial businessman Jay Singh checked himself into hospital this week. His hospital stint — described as a “routine check-up” — came the day after the first anniversary of the Tongaat Mall collapse. ... Full story

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