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Kwazulu Natal

Margate

Hibiscus Coast Local Municipality is a local municipality in South Africa. It is the economic hub of the Ugu District Municipality in the KwaZulu-Natal Province. The area attracts tourists from KwaZulu-Natal and other provinces as well as international tourists. Proprop Hibiscus is situated at 3 Rondevoux Mall in William O'Connor Drive, Margate. Beaches of world-class quality are to be found along the entire seaboard. Hibberdene Beach, Ramsgate Beach, Marina Beach/San Lameer, and Lucien Beach have been recognized as Blue Flag beaches. The climate of the coastal areas is humid and subtropical — comparable to southern Florida in the United States, but...

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KwaZulu Natal

Assagay

Situated in what has become known as Outer West Durban, Assagay, also sometimes spelt Assegay, lies just north west of Hillcrest beyond the Tollgate, when coming from the centre of Durban. This part of the world is greener and cooler than Durban, and given over to rolling hills that rise consistently up to Botha's Hill, after which they descend into the gorgeous Valley of 1000 Hills. Assagay, together with its pastoral neighbours - Botha's Hill, Alverstone, and the horsy spots of Summerveld and Shongweni - are collectively regarded as 'country living'. People commute from here to either Durban, Pinetown or Pietermaritzburg rather than live in the more congested cities....

Bothas Hill

The 1000 Hills Experience - The pristine beauty and soothing tranquility of the Valley of a Thousand Hills has always wooed artists and crafters.   Not only are the views from up on Botha’s Hill some of the most spectacular in the country – it overlooks the Valley of a Thousand Hills - but Botha’s Hill is one of ‘those’ hills that invariably gets a mention when it’s time for the Comrades Marathon. A trip up here would be incomplete without a stop to look out over the Valley of a Thousand Hills, one of KwaZulu Natal’s best kept secrets, as it lies sprawled out beneath you in a carpet of undulating hills that invite at...

Durban North

Proprop Durban North is a real estate company situated in Durban North in the Kwazulu Natal Province of South Africa. We specialise in property in Durban North, our areas include Durban North, La Lucia, Umhlanga, Rosehill, Glen Hills, Glen Anil, Somerset Park, Glenashley, Sunningdale, Mount Edgecombe and Umgeni Park.   Take your time to browse through our online property listings, but if you cannot find the property you are looking for on our website give us a call and we will help you find the property of your dreams. Many homes have sea views and some are right on the beach. Because of the constant demand for homes in this area property owners have not only...

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Hillcrest

The Hillcrest Township was established in January 1895. It would be difficult to find an area with more appeal than Hillcrest, reputed to have one of the healthiest climates in the world by virtue of its geographical position. Springside Nature Reserve inn the heart of Hillcrest is ecologically important, offering as it does a rich bio-diversity in the 20 hectare of forest, grassland and wetland. The forested areas provide shelter, nest sites and food for many bird species; the grassland nurtures a multitude of indigenous wildflowers; and the natural wetland, among the few remaining in KZN, filters the stream, conserves water in droughts and reduces flood damage whilst...

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Kloof

Kloof, the Afrikaans word for ravine, lies some 25 kilometres from Durban - a leafy and green village perched 550 metres above sea level with a reputation for a tranquil lifestyle that offers a retreat from the sometimes enervating humidity of the city of Durban. Kloof is one of the most attractive residential areas in the hills that lie above Durban. It virtually borders on the Krantzkloof Nature Reserve, cut through by a ravine along which the Molweni streams in a series of cascades and waterfalls, encouraging a rich birdlife, an abundance of green foliage and contributing to the mist belt of  Kloof. homes are tasteful and gardens abundant - it’s little...

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Pietermaritzburg

Pietermaritzburg is the Capital and second largest city of the province of Kwazulu Natal, South Africa.  The Zulu name is umGungundlovu and this is the name used for the district municipality.  Popularly called Maritzburg or abbreviated to PMB.  Pietermaritzburg is serviced by a number of schools and tertiary education institutions, the University of KwaZulu Natal is the largest education institution in the city. Its a lovely city nested in the mountains from where you climb up to Hilton, Howick and Midmar and onward to the Natal Midlands and the Midlands meander route, also on the major road route between Durban and Johannesburg &...

Pinetown

Pinetown is inland from Durban in KwaZulu Natal  South Africa. situated 16km west of Durban at an elevation of 1,000 to 1300 feet (305 to 395 m).  No longer a separate municipality, Pinetown is now part of the larger eThekwini Municipality and for voting purposes falls within IEC Electoral Ward 18.  The area from Cowies Hill in the east along Old Main Road/M1 to Westmead (Industrial area) in the west is commonly referred to as the Pinetown area, although Pinetown strictly extends from Caversham Glen to Manors.  Suburban areas include Ashley, Pinelands, Caversham Glen, Farningham Ridge, Highland Hills, Mosely Park, Sarnia and to...

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South Coast

SOUTH COAST - Be it deep sea, ski-boat, paddle-ski, kite, saltwater fly, rock, surf, estuary, or even fresh water bass, the KZN South Coast is a fisherman’s paradise. Summer brings King Mackerel (locally called ‘Couta), Dorado, Kingfish and hard-fighting flatfish such as Sandsharks and a variety of Rays. In winter – particularly during our spectacular annual Sardine Run – you’ll cross hooks with a wide variety of gamefish. Suburbs of Umkomaas include Widenham, known for its colossal bush-covered sand dune known as "Sand City", and the planned community of Saiccor Village, built for Saiccor workers in the 1950s and 1960s. Beaches are found...

Waterfall

Development in the Upper Highway has happened at an unprecedented pace over the past couple of years with the suburbs of Kloof, Hillcrest and Gillitts being almost fully developed. As a result there is more interest in Waterfall and Crestholme which are remarkably beautiful parts of the world with magnificent views of gorges and valleys. The present inhabitants are hoping it will not be too densely developed and to this end the Ethekwini Planning Department have put a Development Plan in place that is intended to control growth by limiting the minimum size of sub-divisions. Local shop owners have noticed a gradual change in the makeup of the population of...

 
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