Growthpoint Properties has completed the R185m first-phase of its new industrial park development on KwaZulu-Natal’s major logistics and transport corridor.

Fortress REIT Limited, the diversified property group, is preparing to welcome Makro as the first tenant in its 28 hectare Cornubia Ridge Logistics Park, which is strategically located close to Durban’s thriving business and residential hub of Umhlanga as well as King Shaka International Airport and the Dube TradePort.

Wednesday, 12 September 2018 13:39

Plans for Tinley ups KZN Coast's tourism stakes

Tinley is one of Tongaat Hulett’s northern development initiatives and one of significant tourism potential. Featuring kilometres of pristine coastline, lagoon, indigenous coastal forest and a key location within KwaZulu-Natal’s primary growth corridor, Tinley is uniquely positioned to accelerate tourism development.

Saturday, 02 June 2018 01:51

Kzn's time to shine

South Africa’s eastern province of KwaZulu-Natal, with its diverse culture, year-long sublime climate and abundant natural heritage sites and attractions, has the pull power to bring even more international and domestic tourists to its shores, and has the most potential nationwide to become the tourism capital of the country.

There seems to be insatiable demand for Ridgeside’s prime land which cascades towards the sea from the uMhlanga Ridge.

Wednesday, 16 August 2017 22:23

Mkhuze Airport facelift to boost KZN tourism

The tourism industry is expected to grow in Mkhanyakude, KwaZulu-Natal, following a decision by the provincial government to upgrade Mkhuze Airport.

Friday, 23 June 2017 10:02

Now its semigration to KwaZulu-Natal

Much has been said about the semigration of buyers – notably Gauteng buyers – to the Western Cape.

The small KwaZulu-Natal town of Verulam lies just 27km north of Durban, a stone’s throw away from the Gateway shopping centre and Umdloti Beach, and a few minutes’ drive from King Shaka International Airport.

Durban-based industrial property specialist, Shree Property Holdings, with a portfolio exceeding 650 000 square metres and the largest self-owned cold storage facilities in Southern Africa, is poised to break new ground in Durban's commercial market.

Shaka International Airport was built by Acsa without a feasibility study, it emerges in correspondence linked to a court process.

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