Email: miet@miet.co.za

Tel: +27 (0)31 313 3100

Fax: +27 (0)31 312 9939

Address

MIET Africa, 59 Henwood Road, Morningside, DURBAN

PO Box 37590, OVERPORT 4067, South Africa

GPS coordinates

Decimal Degrees: S -29.835590°; E 31.020481°
Degrees, Minutes, Seconds: S -29° 50′ 08.64″; E 31° 01′ 14.66″

Directions

From Durban city centre
  • Go down either Dr AB Xuma (Commercial) Street or Doctor Pixley Kaseme (West) Street towards the beachfront
  • Turn LEFT into Stalwart Simelane (Stanger) Street, travelling north
  • At Sandile Thusi (Argyle) Road, turn LEFT
  • Going away from the sea, cross over the railway bridge, then cross Umgeni Road
  • Turn RIGHT into Matthews Meyewa (Stamford Hill) Road
  • Turn first LEFT into Steel Road
  • Turn first LEFT into Henwood Road
  • MIET Africa is halfway down, on the right (#59)
From King Shaka International Airport and the N2 (then on the M4, via Umhlanga)
  • From the airport, get on the N2 going SOUTH
  • Take Exit 182 (Mt Edgecombe and Umhlanga), and keep LEFT
  • At the traffic lights, turn LEFT and proceed towards the sea
  • Follow the road, which will loop round and merge onto the M4, southbound
  • Continue along for about 8km until the first set of traffic lights, and turn RIGHT into Sandile Thusi (Argyle) Road
  • Going away from the sea, cross over the railway bridge, and then cross Umgeni Road
  • Turn RIGHT into Matthews Meyewa (Stamford Hill) Road
  • Turn first LEFT into Steel Road
  • Turn first LEFT into Henwood Road
  • MIET Africa is halfway down, on the right (#59)
From the N3 travelling eastwards from Pinetown
  • From the N3, take the Berea Exit*
  • Turn LEFT into Botanic Gardens Road
  • Follow the road (it twists and changes its name a few times)
  • Turn RIGHT into Sandile Thusi (Argyle) Rd, and proceed towards the sea
  • After passing Lillian Nygoye (Windermere) Road, turn LEFT into Henwood Road
  • MIET Africa is halfway down, on the left (#59)

*  Note. If you miss this turning, proceed into town, and then follow the directions from Durban city centre (above)