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Badsha Pir Tomb

Brook Street Muslim Cemetary, Durban, 4001

This is the tomb of Badsha Pir, one of two Islamic saints who lived in Durban. He was especially known for his good works and the regeneration of Islamic principles amongst the Indian community.

Balele Conservancy

1 Voor Street, Utrecht, 2980

(034) 331 3041
robert@pnenviro.co.za

The Balele Conservancy covers an area in excess of 12 000 ha and includes two streams, cultural historic aspects, beautiful landscapes and a variety of habitat.

Ballito Art Gallery

Ballito

(032) 946 1937

This is the tomb of badsha pir, one of two islamic saints who lived in durban. He was especially known for his good works and the regeneration of islamic principles amongst the indian community.

Balmoral Farmhouse

(033) 413 9124

Balmoral farmhouse near Rietvlei is a national monument.

Balte Spruit Laager

Bloedrivier Station, Blood River, 3102

(034) 982 2133 EXT.2271

The fort antedated the Anglo-Zulu war of 1879, and was used as an assembly point during that war by Col. Wood, commander of the fourth column, in the advance to conference hill and then Bemba's kop. They had gained th...

Bambatha's Rock and Impanza Monument

Greytown, 3250

(033) 413 1171
num@futurenet.co.za

During the Bambatha Uprising of 1906, the inhabitants of Greytown went into laager in the town hall. A column of police was sent to fetch civilians from the area of Keate's drift, but it was ambushed by rebels at this r...

Bandstand

Hop Street, Kokstad, 4700

The ornamental, cast iron bandstand dates from 1912. It was donated to the town council by the engineers who were responsible for the Kokstad water scheme. It was declared a national monument in October 1983.

Bartholomew Diaz Monument

Small Craft Habour

(031) 311 2230

This is a bust of the famous Portuguese seafarer who sailed his vessel as far as Algoa Bay in 1488. He inspired Vasco Da Gama , who sailed up the Natal coast in 1497.

Berea Road

Berea Road, Durban, 4001

(031) 304 4934
funinsun@ifrica.com

This is the main road from Durban to the interior. In the early days it was a mudslide in summer. A tollgate once operated at the crest of the hill. The funds raised went to pay for the hardening of Durban’s roads.

Bester's Laager

(036) 352 6253
brta@futurest.co.za

The laager was formed on the farm Twyfelfontein twenty years before the Anglo-Zulu war. It was finally abandoned, as it was vulnerable to rifle fire from high ground.

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