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30 May 2017
Multimillion investment projects planned to rejuvenate Durban
Financial investments planned over the next few years to rejuvenate Durban, KwaZulu Natal, will see the city receive a significant facelift as part of an urban renewal programme, while millions will be invested in extending the promenade and developing the northern coast.
The eThekwini urban renewal programme has started and work will happen in three stages. “The first stage is dealing with derelict buildings in the city. The second stage is dealing with cleanliness and safety in the city, July 1 is the start of the clean-up stage. The third stage, is the relocation of street hawkers, to make space for pedestrians,” Philip Sithole, Head of Durban Tourism, announced at the recent Indaba show.