E7540 Section 5, Madadeni, Newcastle, KwaZulu-Natal
28 Aug

Things to do in and around Newcastle – Blackrock Casino

Things to do in and around Newcastle – Blackrock Casino Blackrock Casino is the ultimate destination for those who indulge in the pass time of gambling. The casino features a smoking and non-smoking area as equipped with 300 state-of-the-art slot machines, 10 tables for roulette, blackjack and poker well as a full bar/restaurant.
28 Aug

Things to do in and around Newcastle – Newcastle Mall

Things to do in and around Newcastle The newest addition to Newcastle’s shopping destinations is located merely 15 minutes away. There are audio. electronics and cellphone shops, banks and ATMs, clothing stores, optometrists, footwear stores, outdoor clothing and accessory shops, jewellery, bookstores, restaurants, supermarkets and more.  
12 Aug

Siyabonga Nkosi Youth Festival

Fundamental to youth, sports, arts and culture development is the access to suitable and safe infrastructure and opportunities, as well as well-structured projects that allow a platform for talent identification and exposure. The Siyabonga Nkosi Youth Festival has received a great deal of media attention since its inception including television, radio, and print, plus other...
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12 Aug

Newcastle Carnegy Art Gallery

The Carnegie Art Gallery is a public Art Museum situated in the Central Business District of Newcastle, Kwa-Zulu Natal, adjacent to the Municipal Gardens. Its collection includes contemporary paintings, sculptures, ceramics, fibre art, beadwork, weaving and wooden carvings by critically acclaimed and recognised South African artists. A unique and valuable collection of African Art &...
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12 Aug

Newcastle Armoury

Newcastle made the decision to build an Armoury during the 1870’s when there was a threat of war against Zululand. The Armoury was built and provided a home for local volunteers and those in service. It is still and was then being used as a meeting point too. Winston Churchill himself spent the night at...
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12 Aug

Ingogo Hiking Trail

Set on a beautiful 3 000 hectare reserve in the berg plateau of the northern Drakensberg. What makes the estate so scenic is the presence of the Drakensberg escarpment. One hikes through lush grasslands, trout streams and indigenous montane forests offset by clear mountain streams, waterfalls and incredible views. If arriving on the Friday night,...
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11 Aug

Fort Amiel Museum

Fort Amiel Museum is in Newcastle KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. Fort Amiel was constructed in 1876 by Major Charles Frederick Amiel and soldiers of the 80th Staffordshire Volunteers.[1] It was built as a fort and “look-out post”, for the British during the run up to the annexation of the former Transvaal and the Zulu War, although it really...
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