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KwaZulu Natal


Chatsworth is a large formerly Indian township.  Situated in South Durban basin in South Africa, Chatsworth is roughly bordered by the Umhlatuzana River in the North and Umlaas River in the South. The area is undergoing a rapid integration of the multicultural ethnic groups. Chatsworth is a growing, vibrant and cosmopolitan home to over 450 000 people that extends over some 64 different suburbs in a mish mash of old and new architecture and a buzzing economy so diverse it ranges from spaza shops through big brand stores. As a result of its history, it is still predominantly Indian today, although there is a healthy mix, which...


Phoenix  was established in 1976 and is situated 20km northwest of central Durban. It is said to be one of the oldest Indian settlements in South Africa.  The Phoenix Settlement is a South African Heritage site, marking the place Gandhi developed his philosophy of passive resistance that was to eventually free his homeland of India from British colonial rule. The strength in community is evident in the inter dependency between neighbors that support each other in the day to living.  If you’re from Phoenix, it’s likely your neighbours have never changed, the kids from next door are a familiar sight in your back yard and there’s no...



Pinetown is situated between Kloof and Westville, both an industrial and residential suburb which is at the foot of Field’s Hill and forms part of the annual Comrades Marathon. Easy access to the M13 and other major routes, Making it easy to reach Durban and other destinations in KwaZulu Natal.  Pinetown extends between Caversham Glen and Manors. Pinetown offers private schools such as St. Benedicts School, Highway Christian College, Gelofte Afrikaans Junior and High School. it also boasts a beautiful shopping experience at Pinecrest Shopping Mall and the Pinewalk Centre. There is also a convenient municipality office which is...



Umgeni is a popular, fastpaced, growing area adjacent to Durban North and the City Centre, which is known for its luscious habitats displaying colorful birdlife, the famous Umgeni River. Proportionally positioned to join the M4 and N2  highways, boasting quick access to closeby shopping malls, beaches and the world renown Moses Madhida Stadium. 

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