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CLIMATE KwaZulu-Natal enjoys a warm sub-tropical climate for most of the year. However, summers are very hot and humid. Winters in inland areas are clear and cool, and cold in areas of high altitude such as the Drakensberg. These mountains frequently have snowfalls during the winter months also.You can also visit the Weather Bureau website for more details. Complaints or Compliments Downloadable KwaZulu-Natal Map  POPULATION FIGURES KwaZulu-Natal is home to 10.2 million ...

Fern Hill Hotel

Map Reference -202  Internationally famous hotel opposite Midmar Dam. Enjoys fine cuisine, beautifully appointed rooms. Crackling fires in winter, air-conditioning in summer. A la carte menu, pub meals and carvery available in the 'Snooty Fox' and 'Cobwebs' Pub. Cream teas served daily. Near to the Mandela Monument. Accredited by THETA and IEB. Address: R103 Midmar Tel:  033 330 5071  Fax: 033 330 5087 Email: Website: www...


Map Reference 134 Set in what must be one of the best gardens in the Midlands, Fiddlewood offers the perfect place to unwind, away from the hustle and bustle, yet within five minutes drive of Howick and the freeway. Jenni and Pete offer a warm welcome and, as seasoned travellers with several years experience in the hospitality industry, guarantee you a memorable stay.   There are five spacious, individually designed cottages, all of which boast fully equipped kitchens, private vera...

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Cape Town and the Western Cape is an ideal business destination.  The telecom infrastructure is equal to the best in the world. The banking systems are rated in the top ten in the world while the roads infrastructure and condition are the best in Africa. Cape Town's harbour is one of the busiest in Africa and the region benefits from a good rail network. The manufacturing industry is the single biggest contributor to the GDP (20.1%) and also the biggest employer. The Cape is known fo...

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