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Grade 12 Economic Geography. SA curriculum. Durban-Pinetown Region.

Grade 12 Economic Geography. SA curriculum. Durban-Pinetown Region.

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    • Learning objectives The Durban-Pinetown (eThekwini) Region Click here for a video playlist of the Regions in SA Maps of the region Factors favouring the development of this region Factors hindering the development of this region Main Industrial activities
    • MANUFACTURING REGIONS Study this section by means of the following table: REGION FAVOURABLE LIMITATIONS FACTORS MAIN INDUSTRIES PWV Complex DurbanPinetown South-western Cape Port ElizabethUitenhage Problem: Development only in these four regions, the rest of the country under developed. Post 1994 government developed a programme to promote development across the country
    • The eThekwini Metropolitan Region Durban - Pinetown
    • KZN Agriculture • Agricultural output seriously affected by Cyclone Eline in 2000. Also caused cholera infections etc. • Main crop is sugar cane…
    • KZN • Sugar cane major product because: • rain 800 • 1000mm • very little frost • high temps in growing season 7 of 22 © Boardworks Ltd 2005
    • KZN: Durban-Pinetown 15 km/ 300m
    • Pinetown
    • Factors favouring development • Plenty water – sugar refining and paper-making • Good transport network links to interior • Large local market - highest pop / 50% 100km from Durban • Close to Gauteng and overseas markets, esp. China, Asia and E. Africa • Large workforce • Power available from Mpumalanga and Newcastle – adv over CT and PE
    • Factors favouring development • A port (harbour) • Resources e.g. sugar, milk, fruit, poultry • Warm climate –Pinetown 15km/300m/flatter land • Affluent lifestyle – beaches, mountains, game reserves, golf courses
    • KZN – Zimbali Lodge – Estate Living
    • Factors hindering development Complete this slide!