Cato Manor Heritage Centre
Tel: 031 261 3216
Fax: 031 261 8657
||750 Rick Turner Road
Cato Manor Durban
||Mon to Fri: 8am-4pm
Closed: Saturdays, Sundays and Public holidays
Historical museum which pays tribute to the struggle against apartheid
Cato Manor known for its unique multicultural community, informal settlements and various religious sites is perhaps best known for its dramatic history of forced removals, evictions, rebellion, riots and suppression.
Photographs, documents, artwork and oral histories at this unique and interactive museum capture the life and times of the area and its inhabitants. The Cato Manor Heritage Centre uses the natural light and space to illuminate floor to ceiling photographic prints that capture the defiance and struggle for freedom during apartheid.
The Cato Manor Heritage Centre also shows the humanity and vibrance of the community through it exhibits. Browse through interesting exhibits in the form of newspaper clippings, historical accounts and letters which document the evictions, riots and rebellion that marred the area for decades.
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