The Itafa Amalinde Heritage Trust (formerly the Durban Heritage Trust) has published a very useful guide to the architecture and history of Durban. The covers, especially the back cover (below right), give a hint of the diversity of images in the guide book.
Designed and edited by Brian Kearney, the guide is a compact 64 pages, with accompanying maps, and covers a wide range of topics by way of an introduction to the people and places of a city rich in cultural heritage. The guide brings to notice the fragility of this richness and introduces the reader to the diversity and interest which characterises the city. Noteworthy buildings are listed and natural history, religion, technology, trade, recreation and sport are some of the topics covered in the guide, well illustrated with photographs.
The guide is currently available only in physical format at a cost of R80.00 including post and packaging. Orders can be e-mailed to David Bennett email@example.com. Further details are available here.