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Bustling port city and resort center located on the east coast of South Africa, near the center of the KwaZulu-Natal coast; the birthplace and hub of South African surfing. Durban can be divided into two main surfing regions: the urbanized area to the north, home to the Golden Mile beaches, including the Bay of Plenty, North Beach, and New Pier; and the suburban coast to the south, home to an expl...

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