Richards Bay

Richards Bay (Afrikaans: Richardsbaai) is a town in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. It is situated on a 30 square kilometre lagoon of the Mhlatuze River, which gives it one of the country's largest harbours.

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Marius Jonker - Career
... In September 1994, he moved to Richards Bay to take up employment with Bell Equipment, and played rugby for North Coast Rhinos of Empangeni in Zululand ... He then played for Richards Bay, where he was the captain of the first XV and the club captain ... career began by chance in 2000 when the referee failed to turn up for a local game in Richards Bay and Jonker took his place ...
Richards Bay Coal Terminal
... The Richards Bay Coal Terminal (RBCT), located in the Richards Bay harbour on the Indian Ocean coast of South Africa, is the largest coal export facility in ...
Thanda Royal Zulu F.C. - History
... They currently play their home games at Richards Bay Stadium in Richards Bay having previously played their home games at the Hammarsdale Stadium in Hammarsdale ... In 2010 the club moved its headquarters from Durban to Richards Bay ...

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