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800 Zimbabweans Displaced, 1 Dead In Anti-African Attacks In South Africa

AFRICANGLOBE - The attacks started after ignorant hypocritical Zulu king Goodwill Zwelithini said in a public speech that foreigners (other Africans) in South Africa should return to their countries and the remarks were widely viewed as having sparked the xenophobic attacks.

Resource, Growth Potential Behind China’s Xi Jinping Trip to Africa

AFRICANGLOBE - China’s new president Xi Jinping will this week attend a meeting of BRICS leaders in Durban, South Africa, which starts on Tuesday, before making a final stop in Congo as the world’s second biggest economy looks to Africa for natural resources.

Durban to Be First African City to Generate Electricity From Sea

The South African eastern port city Durban plans to generate electricity from the sea. The project being driven by Durban municipality and businesses aims...

South Africa Mulls Reopening Durban Naval Base to Tackle Piracy

South Africa is taking steps to tackle piracy in its surrounding waters, and is considering re-opening a former naval base in Durban for this...

Durban Hotels Challenged to Go Green

The COP17/CMP7 Responsible Accommodation Campaign could help boost the Durban's image as a "green events" destination. The eThekwini Municipality launched the campaign to encourage more than 500 accommodation facilities in the greater Durban area to go green.

Durban Gets Next Three SETE Exhibitions

Durban has won the right to host the next three Sports and Events Tourism Exchange exhibitions, which sees representatives from the sports, tourism and events industries coming together to position South Africa as a major sports and events destination, from 2012 to 2014.