Westville at a glance

Westville is an area near Durban in KwaZulu-NatalSouth Africa, which is situated 20 km inland from the Durbancity centre. Formerly an independent municipality governed by a Town Council, it now forms part of the eThekwiniMetropolitan Municipality, which also includes Durban. The town was laid out on the farm Westville (named in honour of Martin West, the first British lieutenant-governor of Natal) and formed in 1847. It developed from a settlement of German immigrants who arrived in 1848, and was proclaimed a borough in 1956

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Westville in the news

Unregistered estate agents don’t qualify for commission
If an estate agent didn’t have a Fidelity Fund Certificate, a valid license to operate when they sold or rented a property, legally they are not permitted to receive any remuneration for their services. More than this, they...

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How to fix dips and bumps in your driveway paving
After making changes to a driveway at the front entrance, and in the process removing a large shrub, the heavy summer rains caused a dip to appear in the paving which then needed to be repaired. Sound familiar? This is a problem...

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What are first-time buyers paying for a home in SA?
The average size of a bond granted in South Africa has grown 7.7% in the past 12 months to R934 000, according to BetterBond, local bond originator. For first-time buyers, Botha says the average size of bond granted has risen...

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