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SANRAL boosts KZN’s Cornubia Development with R830m N2/M41 interchange

South African National Roads Agency Limited (SANRAL) has agreed to facilitate funding of Cornubia interchange improvements at Mt Edgecombe in KwaZulu-Natal. ... Full story

King Shaka Airport makes strides in preserving environment

KwaZulu-Natal’s King Shaka International Airport has made great strides in protecting and preserving the environment around it.

KZN's five-year rental housing plan launched

Five thousand people will move into the government subsidised housing rental units within 24 months, KwaZulu-Natal MEC for Human Settlements & Public Works Ravi Pillay said at the launch of the province’s five-year Rental Housing Strategic Plan in Durban on May 24.

New hotel in Margate KZN targets summer 2013 opening

November 1, 2013 will see the opening of BON Hotel Margate, a six-story, 60-room, full-service hotel on Margate’s main thoroughfare overlooking the blue flag beaches.

Umlazi gets R273 million KwaMnyandu Shopping Centre

Local consumers of KwaMnyandu growth node in Umlazi KwaZulu-Natal will soon have a new place to dine and shop, as Nedbank Corporate Property Finance approved a R273 million loan to fund the development of a new retail centre.

Amanzimtoti to house new Makro store

Keystone Investments is developing a 17,000m² new Makro store in the Arbour Town node located in Amanzimtoti KwaZulu-Natal.

New mall in Umzimkhulu KZN to create 600 Jobs

The Umzimkhulu CBD in KwaZulu-Natal is set for a major facelift as result of a R125 million development financed by Nedbank Corporate Property Finance for the construction of a retail centre that is set to be a hub for much needed economic activity in the area.

New shopping centre for Tugela Ferry in KwaZulu-Natal

Tugela Ferry in the heart of the Masinga District of KwaZulu-Natal will become a major urban retail hub with the development of the 12,300sqm Tugela Ferry Shopping Mall located on the R33 main route with great visibility and accessibility.

Old Durban International Airport site handed over to Transnet

The old Durban International Airport (DIA) has been handed over to Transnet to meet the demand for container capacity in Durban.

Jozini Mall set to unveil Assorted leading Fashion Retailers

The R140 million retail investment located in KwaZulu-Natal, Jozini Mall is set to bring over a dozen of South Africa’s leading fashion retailers, meeting the needs of fashion-forward shoppers from the fashion-famished community.

Developments set Amanzimtoti property market alight

Transnet’s R100bn plan to turn Durban’s former international airport site near Amanzimtoti into a new dug-out port and new commercial development in town have stirred up the local property market.

Rural development remains key priority

Infrastructure development, especially in the deep rural areas, will remain a key priority of the current administration, says KwaZulu-Natal MEC for Human Settlements and Public Works, Ravi Pillay.

Kwazulu Natal property market warms up to the city’s development plans

The greater Durban metropolitan housing market is showing signs of stability and steady growth. Over the past two years, we have seen some stability in both sales volumes and prices.

Jozini Mall to bring great opportunities for its underserved community

Jozini, in North-Eastern KwaZulu-Natal, will enjoy its first large one-stop retail centre when the 18,100sqm Jozini Mall opens in April 2013.

Transnet buys the old Durban International Airport site for R1.8bn

Dr Zweli Mkhize, Premier of the province of KwaZulu-Natal has welcomed the signing of a deal between Transnet and the Airports Company of South Africa for the purchase of the old Durban International Airport for a whopping R1,8 billion.

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