Just like the region surrounding the Dube Tradeport, which is also under development by Tongaat Hulett, Ntshongweni offers vast opportunities for expansive development in various sectors and is well situated on the trade route and logistics corridor linking KwaZulu-Natal to Gauteng.
The area is also highly sought after for residences and retirement, given its cooler climate and rich natural surroundings.
Points of interest:
- Located 35km West of Durban
- Along the M13 freeway, that links to the industrial area of Pinetown.
- Adjacent to the N3 national highway linking Durban to Johannesburg.
- High-intensity urban mixed-use
- Part of the government’s “Strategic Integrated Project” initiative and thus offers significant new investment opportunities around logistics, industrial, regional retail, commercial and residential uses – SIP 2 Logistics Corridor.
Massive Cornubia Development Begins
Date: 16 July 2019
It’s all systems go for the construction of a landmark Cornubia project totaling R155 million which will provide educational, social, health and recreational facilities all in one vicinity. Construction will begin mid-July following a sod-turning ceremony on 5 July by Minister of Human Settlements Lindiwe Sisulu accompanied by provincial government leadership including Premier Sihle Zikalala, […]Read More
Construction of state of the art school for Cornubia begins
Date: 11 July 2019
The KwaZulu-Natal MEG for Education, Kwazi Mshengu, together with eThekwini Deputy Mayor Fawzia Peer and various KZN cabinet MEGs officially turned the sod on the construction of the Solomon Mahlangu Primary school in Cornubia on Friday, July 5. The event coincided with Human Settlements, Water and Sanitation Minister Lindiwe Sisulu’s visit to the Cornubia Integrated […]Read More
Jubilation as Cornubia residents receive Title Deeds
Date: 10 July 2019
The Minister of Human Settlements, Water and Sanitation, Lindiwe Sisulu, has called on the three spheres of government to prioritise and fast track the issuing of title deeds to the beneficiaries of the government subsidised houses. Minister Sisulu was speaking at an event in the Cornubia Integrated Human Settlements Project on 5 July to hand […]Read More
Title deeds for Cornubia residents
Date: 10 July 2019
Government’s continued commitment to restore the dignity of previously disadvantage people by providing decent housing was again reaffirmed on 5 July when about 450 Cornubia residents officially became homeowners. This was after Human Settlements Minister Lindiwe Sisulu, joined by KwaZulu-Natal Premier Sihle Zikalala, eThekwini Acting Mayor Fawzia Pee and local councillors handed over title deeds […]Read More