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Cowan House

Hilton Avenue, Hilton, 3245

A school in a garden" , we offer co-educational schooling for the most vital and formative years from Grade RR to grade 7. Day scholars as well as boarders enjoy a" home-from-home" environment.

Crafts Dot Com

Stall 18, Laager Centre, 88 Church street, Pietermaritzburg

Tailor Made finely crafted genuine leather products.

Craigieburn Dam

Midmar, Howick, , 3290

(033) 417 8903

Situated on the Myamvubu, a tributary of the Mooi River.

Cranford Country Lodge

77 Curry’s Post Road (Old Main Road), Howick

Cranford is a beautiful estate offering luxury B&B and self-catering cottages, some with fire places and DSTV. Delicious English breakfast specializes in exceptional country weddings and relaxing getaways. Horse riding, ...

Creighton Bowls Club

School Road, Ixopo

076 810 6114


Cumberland Nature Reserve / T/a Bennidale Farm

D408, Mountain Road, Pietermaritzberg District, 3201

Cumberland Nature Reserve is a 300ha private reserve situated in the Table Mountain area, just east of Pietermaritzburg. Besides a wonderful selection of savannah species, one can also pick up a variety of wetland, fores...

Curious Adventures Tourism portforlios

90 Trelawney Rd., Firmead, 3201

(033) 386 5673

Researching and packaging of township & culture routes. Conducts edendale & imbali heritage and freedom route with the following attractions: * history and heritage of the wesleyan church, andries pretorius welwedint fa...

Cycad Centre

Exit 61, Umlaas Rd., Richmond,

For cycad plants, seeds and books.

Dankiza Tours

Office No. 1, Pharazyn Road, Pietermaritzburg Airport, 3201

(033) 346 0252

Tour Operator offering the following services: Airport Transfers Guided Tours Inc. Adventure Tours Educational Tours Cultural Tours Religious Tours City Walking & City Driving Tours Township Experience Packaged T...

Diocesan College (St Annes)

Hilton Ave, Hilton, 3245

(033) 343 3300

This, the oldest diocesan college for girls in the province, was originally founded at Richmond by Archdeacon Fearne in 1869 and known as St Mary's college after the church that stood close by. In 1881 the school transf...