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Visit Warwick Junction in central Durban for a closer look at her murals including life-like portraits of the traders on columns adjacent to the Early Morning Market.
The Rivertown Beerhall is an e Thekwini Municipality initiative which started with the activation and naming of the area during the UIA 2014 Durban Architecture Congress.
It was built in 1914, and opened again on 3rd August to 10th August 2014, 100 years on. Also read: The place to see Durban Harbour, the busiest port in Africa, in action. Take a guided-tour through the 9 markets in central Durban to get a feel for the pulse of the city.
The cableway was added in 1970 and still offers a great view of the city.
Entrance is free and you can buy tickets at the kiosk for the rides.
The cooked meat is then presented on wooden chopping boards with condiments for customers to eat. The Bay of Plenty, at the heart of the beach front also offers good surf conditions and beach volley ball.