laid-back yet busy city of Durban in KwaZulu-Natal is South Africa’s
third-largest city. It’s Africa’s largest port, one of South Africa’s favourite
seaside destinations (‘Durbs’ to the locals), and offers an exciting mix of
urban Zulu culture, a large Indian population and English-speaking South
Durban is most famous for its beaches that occupy the Golden Mile along the city beachfront. Its laid-back approach to life is characterised by beachside pubs, quaint coffee shops, outdoor markets and alfresco entertainment.
Durban’s Moses Mabhida Stadium has become the city’s iconic symbol, in the same vein as Paris’s Eiffel Tower. Apart from hosting soccer matches during the 2010 FIFA World Cup™, it has also seen the cream of the world's cricketers take to the field in 2011.
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