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EThekwini is located on the east coast of South Africa in the Province of KwaZulu-Natal (KZN). The Municipality spans an area of approximately 2297km2 and is home to some 3.5 million people. It consists of a diverse society which faces various social, economic, environmental and governance challenges. As a result it strives to address these challenges which mean meeting the needs of an ever increasing population.​

  • The City’s service delivery sectors are divided into 7 Clusters, each with focused and clear roles and responsibilities. They provide organisational support, services and infrastructure to residents across eThekwini. more.
    A list of entities owned by the Municipality. more.
    This establishment will help guide the long term growth and development of our region in a strategic direction that will ensure that eThekwini becomes a world class city that competes globally more.
    By 2030 the eThekwini Municipality will enjoy the reputation of being Africa's most liveable city, where all citizens live in harmony. more.
    The City is governed by a 205-member city council, which elects the Mayor, Deputy Mayor and Speaker. more.
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