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Free State

Bloemfontein

Bloemfontein, the capital city of the Free State Province in South Africa, is  centrally situated  in the province, as well as in South Africa. It is also known as ‘The City Of Roses’, originating from the Dutch for ‘Fountain Of Flowers.’ The well- known Rose Festival is held in October every year. King’s Park  is host to more than 4 000 rose trees.  The Sesotho name for Bloemfontein, ‘Mangaung’ means ‘place of cheetas’—hence the name of the provincial rugby team.  Located in Bloemfontein are many historical buildings like the sandstone City Hall, Old Presidency, Anglican Cathedral,...

KwaZulu Natal

Berea

The Berea suburb of Durban lies perched on the crest of a ridge above the city.  Exclusive residential suburb, littered with an eclectic mix of architectural styles. City centre is an easy bus trip, the beaches are close by, and it is renowned for its pavement restaurants and diverse mix of African, Indian and European cultures. Fashionable Florida Road that leads off the Ridge, south of Mitchell Park towards Windermere, is a hive of art galleries, restaurants and fashionable boutiques in a wash of colour and quasi-colonial, semi-bohemian lifestyle. And whilst you’re up on the ridge, take a trip to Mitchell Park, the tree-filled family...

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Durban South

Amanzimtoti is fast becoming a destination of choice. Boasting pristine beaches, friendly locals and the Galleria Shopping Centre. Arbour Crossing and the Galleria put Amanzimtoti back on the map , providing employment for hundreds of local people.  The two centres provide a wealth of shops, restaurants , an ice rink and 11 cinemas! eThekwini Municipality are busy upgrading Warner Beach and have a five year plan in place. This includes beaches, built up areas and commercial strips, from Doonside Beach, Warner Beach, Winklespruit and the Illovo Estuary. The improvements encompass landscaping, improved signage, new paving, lighting and dune...

Kokstad

Kokstad, the capital of East Griqualand, lies in the valley of the Umzimhlava River between Mount Currie and the Ingeli Mountains at a height of some 1280m above sea level.  Few towns in South Africa can compare in scenic beauty or in picturesque history with this unique town which literally rose from the bare veld just over 100 years ago. Kokstad is currently the fastest growing town in KwaZulu Natal, it is conveniently situated on the R56, just 4km off the N2 freeway, which runs from KZN through the former Transkei to Cape Town.  the town offers good shopping and service facilities, medical clinincs, hotels and restaurants, wholesalers and much...

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Queensburgh

QUEENSBURGH Queensburgh manages to provide affordable properties to first time buyers as well as more substantial homes for top of the market range purchasers, and its accessibility and rapid growth make it a popular suburb in which to live. When staying in Queensburgh you're only 10minutes from the Pavilion Shopping Centre and within easy access of Hillcrest, Westville, Kloof and Pinetown.  Queensburgh is also positioned neatly between the southern industrial hubs of Prospecton, Jacobs and Mobeni, and Pinetown's Industrial areas of Westmead and New Germany.  Queensburgh also offers the odd exciting haven, despite its commercial...

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Westville

WESTVILLE / COWIES HILL Westville was a farming area up until the early 1920's and the charm and natural beauty of this rural area remains to this day. In 1948 Jonas Bergthiel chartered a ship and brought out a group of German farmers and their families who settled approximately 12km inland from Durban.  The area was named Westville in honour of Martin West, the first lieutenant Governor of Natal. It is home to schools that are ranked in the top ten in the country, eg: Westville Boys High and Westville Girls School.  We are also fortunate to have the new Varsity College and the University of KwaZulu Natal (now globally recognised) in the...

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