Where Is Cato Ridge In Durban, South Africa

What is a Cato Ridge In Durban?

Cato Ridge is a town in the KwaZulu-Natal province of South Africa named after George Christopher Cato, the first mayor of Durban. Organisationally and administratively it is included in the Ethekwini Metropolitan Municipality as a suburb of the Outer West region.

Where Is Cato Ridge In Durban, South Africa?

Cato Ridge is a place with a very small population in the province of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa which is located in the continent/region of Africa.

Cities, towns and places near Cato Ridge include Cato Bridge, Camperdown, Harrison, and Bedat.

What is the history of Cato Manor Durban?

History of Cato Manor

Cato Manor was established in Natal (now KwaZulu-Natal) and is situated 5km west of the Durban city center.

The Township was known for its rich cultural and political heritage. Cato Manor had been inhabited since the 1650s when the area was occupied by numerous small-scale chiefdoms.