This stadium, named after the former General Secretary of the South African Communist Party, was constructed in the Durban sports precinct for the 2010 FIFA World Cup. Its unique design allows it to both expand to 80,000-person capacity and reduce to hold 54,000 people. The modern structure includes a large arch which symbolizes the country's struggles and unification.
One of South Africa's most famous courses,Greyville Race Course runs around the Royal Durban Golf Course. If you are in Durban in July the Rothman's Durban Handicap is the social event of the year, with all of the cream of South African society turning out in their glad- rags for the occasion. Races are held three times a week. If you are an avid enthusiast, a guided tour, including lunch at the restaurant, is available on request, taking you through the courses rich history and reliving past dramas. Dress smart-casual.
Kingsmead, officially known as Sahara Stadium, is home to the Natal provincial cricket team, which includes players such as the acrobatic fielder and batsman Jonty Rhodes. Kingsmead is also a regular venue for internationals. Tours take place regularly, but in general, cricket is a summer game - phone to find out what cricket is on and when, or pick up a season fixture card from the ground. The ground is located very close to the center of town on Old Fort Road, and has a capacity of 25,000.