Category: Durban Route

STANDING TALL IN THE STIRRUPS
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November 24, 2017November 24, 2017

STANDING TALL IN THE STIRRUPS

DURBAN-BRED, LIGHTWEIGHT JOCKE STANDING TALL IN THE STIRRUPS Written by Galia Hillhouse, Durban Routes Muziwandile Yeni is a born-and-bred Durbanite. Now in the running as one of South Africa’s top five jockeys, Muzi considers his humble beginnings. “I was raised in Clermont by my grandparents, who sold chickens to put us through school. My father was...

TAKING KASIE CUISINE TO THE MAX!
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November 24, 2017November 24, 2017

TAKING KASIE CUISINE TO THE MAX!

Experience a fusion of authentic township hospitality and modern luxury in the heart of Umlazi. Editorial by Galia Hillhouse, Durban Routes  “It’s a tourist place. A place that brings people together. People get to eat meat together, to talk and to meet for business”. Max Mqadi Max’s Lifestyle started out as a modest little butchery,...

Discover treasure on your doorstep
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November 24, 2017November 24, 2017

Discover treasure on your doorstep

Explore the Inanda Valley, one of Durban’s Green Corridors   The Inanda Durban Green Corridor is a priceless emerald stretch of ecology and culture – to be marveled at, but also to be explored at length! Whether you are an intrepid adventurer or simply yearning to spend some time out in nature, this is the...

KEEN TO GO GREEN?
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November 24, 2017November 24, 2017

KEEN TO GO GREEN?

TURN OVER A GREEN LEAF WITH THESE TRAVEL TIPS! Becoming an eco-savvy traveller will not only help you to reduce your carbon footprint; it may save you money; and if properly applied, the core principles of ecotourism can stimulate financial growth in developing economies. Traveling to your holiday destination is without a doubt the ‘Bigfoot’...

Coastwatch KZN: champions of marine conservation
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November 24, 2017November 24, 2017

Coastwatch KZN: champions of marine conservation

South Africa’s internationally renowned, beautiful and biodiverse coastline stretches for over 2500km, and KwaZulu Natal accounts for almost one quarter of this. South Africa’s second most populous province features 580km of scenic tropical marine environments sandwiched between Kosi Bay and the Mozambique border to the north, and the Mtamvuna Estuary and the Eastern Cape border...

A PINCH OF THIS AND A PINCH OF THAT…
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November 24, 2017November 24, 2017

A PINCH OF THIS AND A PINCH OF THAT…

The first step to creating a great curry is knowing how to select quality spices Recipe and content supplied by The Spice Emporium Edited by Galia Hillhouse – Durban Routes The Spice Emporium is one of the oldest and largest stockists of authentic South African and Indian spices, rice, grains and more. Here they share...