APN298412

R350.00R18,000.00

Originally the Durban Town Hall, the Post Office is remembered for the speech that war correspondent Winston Churchill gave from its steps after escaping from a Boer POW camp in Pretoria during the second Boer War.. It was also the venue in 1908 where talks were first held to unify the four provinces. Full postal and telephonic facilities are available. The building is a National Monument.

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