Kingsmead enjoys exciting international season – Featured Durban Blog

Kingsmead enjoys exciting international season: With the ICC Cricket World Cup just a few months away, white ball cricket fever has gripped the nation and this fever definitely impacted on the Kingsmead Cricket Stadium that enjoyed festive crowds for the internationals against Pakistan and Sri Lanka this summer. The iconic Durban stadium hosted two limited overs internationals and a test match with a One Day International against Pakistan in January and then more recently a test match and an ODI against Sri Lanka. “We are really happy with the … [Read more...]

Durban Image: Population Action International

A Durban tagged image from Flickr - click on the name of the photographer below the image to see more Durban goodness. Population Action International Image by WWF@COP18 Population Action International, COP 17, Durban, South Africa, 8th December, 2011 Isaac Kabongo from Uganda. This seminar titled 'Weathering Change' looked at how population and family planning matter to climate change … [Read more...]

KwaZulu-Natal set for accelerated growth as international connectivity improves

KwaZulu-Natal set for accelerated growth as international connectivity improves: King Shaka International Airport Durban, 12 December 2018. TOURISM into markets where airlines establish direct flights historically experience a 30-40% growth within the first year of the route’s establishment, according to research released by Dube TradePort (DTP). The news comes as Durban welcomed three weekly direct British Airways (BA) flights per week into King Shaka International Airport from October with the city making its inaugural appearance on the … [Read more...]

All you need to know for the Durban International Film Festival 2018 – Featured Durban Blog

All you need to know for the Durban International Film Festival 2018: The Durban International Film Festival 2018 opens soon and here are just some of the highlights you can look forward to:Opening the festival is the horror film ‘The Tokoloshe’ directed by South African director Jerome Pikwane.The LGBTI love-story ‘Rafiki’ directed by Kenyan Wanuri Kahiu, will close the festival.‘We wanted to book-end DIFF with films that tell stories about women, their strength, their resilience, said DIFF Manager Chipo Zhou. Among the highlights include:The … [Read more...]