KwaZulu Natal


Amanzimtoti is a Town set on the Indian Ocean coastline and within 20mins South of Durban and falls within the Ethekwini Metropolitan Municipality. Amanzimtoti is well known for its beautiful white sandy beaches fit for tourists and water lovers alike. The tale has been spoken of how King Shaka Zulu travelled through the Town and upon tasting the waters of the manzimtoti River, mentioned that the water tasted sweet, this is how this quaint Town got its name. Amanzimtoti often referred to as “Toti” was always predominantly residential until the last few years where it has become an emerging hub for commercial and Industrial businesses. Business Parks in...



Assagay is a small, quiet Town within the borders of Ethekwini Municipality, situated on the outskirts of Hillcrest and approximately 30 minutes West of Durban. With quick access onto the M13 and N3 with  convenient  access via the busy Old Main Road into Hillcrest. This town is perfect for those wanting to stay clear of the busy roads and shopping centres and move into a quieter country style living. Nearby attractions Assagay tends to benefit from the expanding commercial and retail sector within Hillcrest, with its many well distributed office parks. Hillcrest boasts a large amount of upmarket commercial office parks such as Heritage House on Old...



Balitto is situated on the Dolphin coast and forms part of the Kwa Dukuza Municiplaity. This town experiences hot tropical coastal weather as with many parts of KwaZulu Natal. The Town has boomed in the last few years and the population size has drastically increased making this a hub for residential and businesses alike. Balitto is known for its lovely white sandy beaches which entertain social swimmers, ocean lovers as well as the local avid surf community. Schools of dolphins are a regular occurrence and are seen on a day to day basis hence why Balitto sits on the Dolphin Coast. This booming town is geared for tourism as it consists of many hotels and self-catering...


Camperdown lies part way between Hillcrest and Pietermaritzburg, just off the N3. It has recently mushroomed and is a growing industrial area in conjunction with the Cato Ridge area. This is due to the Inland Intermodal Hub (Inland Container Terminal) that is developing in Cato Ridge, with the municipal focus including movement elements, potential land uses, public space development and urban form. Camperdown is a mere 12 minutes (10.6kms) from Cato Ridge making this a prime area for any industry that would benefit from these development plans whilst being just far enough away to not be in the thick of it. Camperdown falls within the Mkhambathini Municipal...


Cato Ridge

Cato Ridge is a town in eThekweni in the KwaZulu Natal province of South Africa. A village some 30 km south-east of Pietermaritzburg, near the Valley of a thousand hills. Named after George Christopher Cato (1814-1893), the first mayor of Durban Georgedale which is part of Cato Ridge was the birthplace of James Mpanza who became known as the "Father of Soweto" That said, it is also one of the hidden gems of this part of the world, and the developing residential aspect has meant that parts of it have prettied up as a result. Actually, this part of KwaZulu Natal, just north of Kloof and Hillcrest, doesn't need much...



Cliffdale is located in the Outer West parts of Durban in the KwaZulu Natal province. This area is close to the N3 and King Cetshwayo Highways (M13) which makes access to Durban CBD more convenient for commuters and logistics companies.   It is a semi-rural area which has excellent access to the N3 highway which is the gateway to both Durban CBD and Johannesburg.   Distance to : King Shaka Airport  :  66km Harbour  :  46km Pietermaritzburg  :  43km Johannesburg  :  555km Durban Central  :  40km



Durban is a great spot for your business. With the warm, subtropical climate and pristine beaches it is no wonder that it's a tourist's paradise. The yearly influx of tourists holds some great opportunities for your business (especially for those in Retail).   Durban is the largest city in the KwaZulu-Natal province and forms part of the eThekwini Metropolitan Municipality. The area's fame stems from the fact that it features the busiest port in Africa.   The history of Durban dates back to 1824, when 25 men under the command of British Lieutenant F.G. Farewell arrived from the Cape Colony and established a settlement. This settlement was...


Durban North

If you are looking for a location that is central to the hub of Durban and the holiday villages of the North, Durban North is the choice. Durban North includes the areas of Glenashley, La Lucia, Park Hill, Sunningdale, Glen Hills, Glen Anil and Virginia.  Situated north of the Umgeni River, Durban North is the start of the north coast region, boasting numerous sights and experiences. These include the Japanese botanical Gardens, the Umgeni River Bird Park and the Mangrove Swamps, with its sometimes surprising bird life. An upmarket and quiet suburb, Durban North is a well developed and fairly large area, with numerous popular pubs and restaurants and...



Gillitts is a lush village about 35km west of Durban. At 550m above sea level, Gillitts enjoys a temperate climate away from the coastal humidity. Close to the industrial hubs of Pinetown and Hammarsdale, Gillitts is a delightful retreat for holidaymakers and business executives alike.  The spectacular Valley of 1000 Hills with its traditional Zulu village and dancers is just "up the road". So are Shongweni Dam, Game Reserve and Polo Grounds. Another nearby dam is Inanda, on the route of the renowned Dusi Canoe Race from the KwaZulu-Natal provincial capital Pietermaritzburg to Durban.  Gillitts is also on the route of the...



Situated conveniently, approximately 45km from both Durban and Pietermaritzburg, is the industrial hotspot known as Hammarsdale. Serviced by several roadways, including the N3, Hammarsdale is easily accessible and provides tenants and building owners with a streamline commute between major metros, as well as Johannesburg which is around 500 km away. Surrounded by hills and generous developments, this area has developed into one of the best suited towns for industry, boasting generously sized warehouses, factories and other industrial property types.  Hammarsdale Industrial Property Market  Due to its proximity to key points of interest, such as King...


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