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Little Chelsea

18 Windermere Road, Durban, 4001

(033) 394 6543

A significant double storied Victorian building in the vernacular style.


734 Currie Road, Durban, 4001

a two and three storied set of residential flats of the Union period. Significant sets of Cape Dutch revival buildings with interesting gables, balconies, windows, entrance gate etc.

Malandela Highway, Kwa Mashu

Malandela Highway, Kwa Mashu, 4360

(031) 304 4934

The Malandela highway is named after Malandela the Zulu patriarch who was father to King Zulu. The kings who followed Zulu are thought to be Punga, Mageba, Ndaba, Jama, Senzangakhona, Shaka, Dingane, Mpande, Cetshwayo...

Mariannhill Mission

01 The Monastary, 10 Monastery Road, Mariannhill, 3624

(031) 7004288

Noted mission station

Memorial Tower Building, University Of KwaZulu-Natal

King George V Avenue, Durban, 4001

(033) 394 6543

The memorial tower building of the University ofKwaZulu- Natal is a national monument.

Merebank Concentration Camp

Merebank, Durban, 4001

The camp was used from September 1901 to December 1902. The peak population of the camp was 5327 people in crowded, unhealthy conditions. Many inmates died from disease and malnutrition.

Meyrick Bennett House

191 Chelmsford Road, Durban, 4001

It is a single-storied institutional building of the Victorian period with encaustic tiled floor, roof lantern, veranda and park setting.

Millennium Tower

This is the control tower for port operations at the Durban harbour. It was built to commemorate the new millennium.

Milton Road Numbers 2-8

2/4/6/8/milton Road, Durban, 4001

It comprises a group of four single-storied Victorian terraced houses of the Indian vernacular period, and is a good example of early Indian housing.

Mkhumbane Stream

Cato Manor, Durban, 4001

Mkhumbane is a name for the little stream in Cato Manor, and the area itself. The name is taken after a stream in central Zululand. The area is known for its role in the 1949 Indian- African riots, for the 1959 Beerhall...

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