The KwaZulu-Natal (KZN) SA Women in Property Awards (SAWIPA) took place last night at Coastlands Umhlanga in celebration of women in the regional property industry that continue to make significant inroads into the traditionally male-dominated industry.

Two sites at the Cornubia mixed-use development north of Durban, will break ground early in 2017. 

Friday, 16 September 2016 13:28

Cornubia Shopping Mall taking shape

Shoppers in the well-established north coastal development corridor of Durban will soon be spoilt for choice.

Women continue to make inroads into the traditionally male-dominated South African property industry.

January 2017 will be an important month for people who travel between Cornubia and Umhlanga on a regular basis. 

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