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SPIN SUNDAYS, Monday Detox, Comedy Show, Open-Air Movie Night, iStudent Academy PMB, Toy Drive Ride and so much more! Read all about it …

58th Art in the Park (2020) Application letter - download

Download the 58th Art in the Park (2020) Application letter here

58th Art in the Park (2020) Exhibition Registrations and Schools Art Competition Submissions are now open

The 6th Annual Women in Tourism (2019) event

The 6th Annual Women in Tourism (2019) event took place on Monday the 30th of September 2019 when Msunduzi Pietermaritzburg Tourism Association wrapped up a Tourism/Heritage month empowering and encouraging women to take their role in the industry and utilise the available opportunities as Tourism is a number one economic driver of the country and women are greatly needed to promote and do local tourism. All Speakers emphasized the importance of exploring the great heritage sites to reconnect with our past, they also encourage the community to be part of the We Do Tourism campaign to strengthen the culture of Tourism awareness.
The women were pampered by students from Creative Arts college.
Click here to view the event pictures

 Showcase – Know your city.

Fort Napier (Click here to read more)

Fort Napier and its imperial garrison was one of the most significant institutions in Pietermaritzburg and indeed in the whole country.


The Weeping Cross of Delville Wood (Click here to read more)

The Weeping Cross is located in the Pietermaitzburg Garden of Remembrance. Dedicated to soldiers who died during the two World Wars, the Garden of Remembrance with its Delville Wood Cross is a popular attraction in Pietermaritzburg.



Georgetown – Pietermaritzburg (Click to read more)

he Edendale & Imbali Heritage & Freedom Route and Westgate Tourism Experience incorporate Georgetown, a powerful narrative of contribution of the area and its people to Pietermaritzburg City as we know it now.


The Queen Elizabeth Nature Reserve (Click to read more)

ituated in Hilton on the northern slopes of Pietermaritzburg, the Queen Elizabeth Nature Reserve is home to many beautiful species, including impala, blesbok, zebra, bushbuck, dassies, grey and blue duiker and crowned eagles.


Pietermaritzburg Map  370KB


January 25, 2020, 5:24 pm
Mostly cloudy with thundershowers
Mostly cloudy with thundershowers
real feel: 25°C
current pressure: 1010 mb
humidity: 65%
UV-Index: 2
sunrise: 5:21 am
sunset: 7:00 pm