Durban Stadium, Capacity and Who Will PlayDurban's stadium was newly constructed for the 2010 World Cup with a capacity of 70,000. The stadium is called Moses Mabhida Stadium. Matches of the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations will be played here, including a quarter final and a semi-final.
- 1/23/13: South Africa (2) v Angola (0), Moses Mabhida Stadium, Durban (17:00)
- 1/23/13: Morocco (1) v Cape Verde (1), Moses Mabhida Stadium, Durban (20:00)
- 1/27/13: Morocco v South Africa, Moses Mabhida Stadium, Durban (19:00)
- 1/28/13: DRC v Mali, Moses Mabhida Stadium, Durban (19:00)
2/2/13: Winner Group A v Runner Up Group B, Durban
About DurbanDurban is the capital of South Africa's KwaZulu-Natal province on the east coast, and has a population of around 3 million. The warm weather makes Durban a year round tourist destination. Inland from Durban, is the gorgeous Greater St Lucia Wetland Park and the Ukahlamba/Drakensberg National Park.
Getting to DurbanThe Durban International Airport is serviced by SAA, BA/Comair, Singapore Airlines, Air Mauritius, and Air Zimbabwe. Domestic airlines include: South African Express, Comair and South African Airlink.
Trains run from Durban to Johannesburg, Cape Town and Pretoria.
Renting a car is easy, it's about a 6 hour drive to Johannesburg, 7 hours to Bloemfontein, 18 hours to Cape Town, and 10 hours to PE.
Where to Stay and Eat in DurbanDurban has no shortage of accommodation, click here for the best hotels along Durban's beachfront, and click here for our recommended hotels in the greater Durban area. If these are sold out, here's a comprehensive list of all Durban accommodations.
Getting Around DurbanRickshaw rides are famous in Durban, but buses and taxis will get you to the stadium a bit quicker. Amatikulu. Don't miss:
- Durban's Golden Mile - beaches, promenades, swimming pools and restaurants.
- UShaka Marine World
- Umgeni River Bird Park
- Victoria Indian Street Market