Moves to kick-start Berg cable car project
May 20, 2016

The original plan to establish a cable car route to the top of the uKhahlamba-Drakensberg range dates back several decades.

Fifteen years ago another proposal failed to gain momentum, but the idea was revived more recently by Mike Mabuyakhulu, provincial MEC for Economic Development, Tourism and Environmental Affairs.

Many benefits expected from cable car route: Mabuyakhulu
May 7, 2016

The proposed Drakensberg cable car route will also benefit neighbouring Lesotho.

This is according to Economic Development MEC Mike Mabuyakhulu who had been speaking at the Tourism Indaba breakfast currently underway at the Hilton Hotel in Durban.

Durban to host cable car conference
March 23, 2016

Durban is set to host a conference and exhibition on cable cars which KwaZulu-Natal’s economic development, tourism and environmental affairs MEC Mike Mabuyakhulu hopes will provide the answers to building a cable car in the Drakensberg mountains.

KZN’s dream of having its own cable way moves closer to reality
March 22, 2016

KwaZulu-Natal’s dream of having its own state of the art cable way will move an inch closer to being realised when the province hosts an international conference and exhibition on the Drakensberg Cable Car project in April.

Berg cable car “will do wonders for area”
September 15, 2015

During a media briefing at Alpine Heath Resort in the Drakensberg on Saturday, director of social and economic services at the municipality, Thulani Mazibuko, said the project would be a game changer for Drakensberg tourism, which fell under the Okhahlamba Municipality.

Overwhelming turnout for Drakensberg cable car planning meet
November 25, 2013

Thousands of members of the Busingatha community, near Bergville, took part in a public meeting on Saturday to discuss plans to install a cable car in the Drakensberg.

The proposed cableway impacts mainly on the amaZizi community, who live in the Busingatha valley.

Cable car plan for Drakensberg
May 14, 2012

A cable car to more than rival that on Table Mountain has been mooted as a “game changer” tourism project for KwaZulu-Natal’s uKhahlamba Drakensberg World Heritage Park.