Club Altitude
25, 25 Silver Ave, Greyville, Berea, 4001

Welcome to the rEVOLution! and home to Durban's LGBTI Community. Blood makes us related - at Club Altitude we are FAMILY!

Daily program:

Tuesdays: Gentlemen's Club from 8.30pm. R50pp
Wednesdays: Girls Night and First-timers PLUS Under 25’s with loads of drink specials! Free Entry.
Thursdays - Karaoke with Craig. Free Entry.
Friday - Old School Clubbing - Free Entry.
Saturdays - Pure Energy & Themed Nights. Entrance R50.
Sundays - CLOSED.
Club Altitude offers FREE Wi-Fi - Loads of Live entertainment - see details.
We are also available for private functions; birthdays, bridal showers etc.
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43 Armstrong Ave (1st Floor),
La Lucia, Durban, SA

We are an affirming, Apostolic-Prophetic church for all people.

We are a “future generation church”. We believe that the face of the church in the 21st century is going to change radically to emulate the face of Christ; in a way which does not compromise our faith, but seeks to resist the boundaries so often placed on the church by human limitation, concerning Christ’s love.

We want to change the negative connotation that many have come to know, regarding the face and purpose of the global Church and we want to lift high the banner of victory that belongs to the body of Christ, emulating God’s love for all people.

Deo Gloria Family Church
+27 (0)84 586 0843
No.42 McKenzie Road, Morningside, Durban, 4001

The Durban Lesbian & Gay Community & Health Centre (a project of the KZN Coalition for Gay & Lesbian Equality) is a Drop-In Centre, safe and secure space for lesbian, transgender, gay, bisexual, and intersex communities in Durban and KwaZulu-Natal.

We have moved to No.42 McKenzie Road, Morningside, Durban, 4001
T: 031 312 7402
F: 031 312 8838
Whatsapp: 083 748 9565
Facebook: Durban Lesbian and Gay Centre // Durban Pride

We provide Personal, HIV and AIDS Counselling and do referrals for Legal Counselling and Advise. We cover matters ranging from understanding own sexual orientation, health status, coming out (LGBT and HIV+), mitigating/fighting stigma and discrimination, homelessness, drug and alcohol use/abuse, living positively, drafting wills, same-sex marriages and divorce.

We are a HCT Clinic providing among other things HIV Counselling and Testing, STI and TB screening and treatment referrals.

Human Rights Advocacy and Campaigning are at the heart of our work. Our current work include human right education on Rights and Responsibility, Gender and Sexuality, Fighting Discrimination of LGBT Youth In Schools, and 'Hate Crimes' primarily against LGBT people. At a Policy development level, our current work is on the Sexual Offenses Bill, Domestic Partnerships and further developments of the Civil Unions Act.

We house an extensive Library, Research and Resource Centre on LGBT, women, youth, children, sex and sexuality, sexual health, human rights, reproductive rights, social, political, health, disability, and many other aspects of communities. It also houses a collection of LGBT, HIV, AIDS and related media clippings in its archives. These will, over time, be made available on this website.

Inlcuded in our Social & Political Programme are Development Seminars, Movie Screenings, Interest and Support Group.

We work with KZN Gay and Lesbian Tourism Association, hosts Durban Pride, Mr and Miss Durban Pride, Miss Gay Durban, the KZN LGBT Fashion and Hair Show, KZN LGBT Talent Show and KZN LGBTI Activism Awards.


Board: Prof. Reddy, Prof. Bennett, Dr Tallis, Adv Ntsele, Dr Msibi and Mr Zondi
Director & Advocacy Officer: Ms Nonhlanhla Mkhize

DURBAN (eThekwini):
AO, Bookkeeping & Resource Centre: Mr Sbongiseni Mkhwanazi
OM, Research & Mainstream Training: S. Nombande
Sexual Health: C. Mehilal & M. Meyer (Volunteers)
Psychosocial & HCT: M. Meyer, P. Hurdeen & S. Ngongoshe (Volunteers)
Legal Counselling and Advice: Pro-Bono Org & Individuals
Clinic & Capacity Building Within Health: Sr Linda, S. Khumalo & B. Buthelezi.
Commodity: N. Malamlela (Volunteer)

RICHARD'S BAY (Mhlathuze: Management:Q.Nxumalo, M.Malwane and K.Ngema // Staff: M. Ngcobo, N. Mthembu, N. Mhlongo, S. Mathenjwa & S. Biyela

LADYSMITH (Mnambithi): N. Thungo & W. Nxasana

SOUTH COAST: Dr. L 'Makhosi' Bhengu (Traditional Healer)

EASTERN CAPE (Umtata): S. Ncanana

Girl Talk (Girls 12-20): A. Zulu (Volunteer)
G-Force (Women 21-35): S. Khumalo (Volunteer)
Ithemba Lethu (HIV+ on ARVs): S. Ngongoshe (Volunteer)
HIV+ LGBTIs: M. Meyer (Volunteer)
Friends For Life (16-25): S. Mkhwanazi
Friends For Life (25-40): P. Hurdeen (Volunteer)
WSW Seminars: C. Mehilal (Volunteer)
MSM Seminars: S. Khumalo & Sr Luthuli (Umlazi Clinic)

Durban Pride Team: S.Kruger (Law School, UKZN), S.Nombande (2Galz&AGuy), P.Kubeka (Link Events), J.Fidler (3rd Millenium), F.Melman (Business), T.Holtzhausen (The Lounge), B.Petrick (Deo Gloria Family Church) & E. Otto (Government)

Gay Centre Durban
031 312 7402
Gay and Lesbian Network
19 Connaught Road, Scottsville, Pietermaritzburg, 3201

The Gay and Lesbian Network (GLN) is a registered non-profit organisation based in Pietermaritzburg, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. GLN has been operational since 2003 and in this time has done pioneering work with primarily young, unemployed and marginalized lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) people living in and around Pietermaritzburg.

The Network started out in response to the need for LGBTI’s to have a safe place where they could meet and socialize, as no such spaces of facilities were available in Pietermaritzburg. From these beginnings it has developed into a fully functional NGO that offers a wide range of programmes and services to the LGBTI community. The organisation also works with the broader community to create a more enabling and welcoming environment, in which LGBTI’s can access services and be treated with respect and without discrimination or fear of violence.

The organisation has a small staff who contribute to every aspect of the Network’s programmes including counselling, training, event organizing and general office support. Policies and procedures are in place governing the work and finances of the organisation and it is governed by an Executive Committee (EXCO) who meet on a quarterly basis.


To be a leading LGBTI organisation in Africa promoting equality, human rights and upliftment of LGBTI people.


GLN ensures the upliftment and recognition of the LGBTI community through creative programmes for community members, service providers, religious and traditional leaders.

Core Values

Our core values are equality, respect and acceptance.

Purpose: To work with all communities so that, LGBTI people:

Are organised
Are networked with other LGBTI interest groups
Enjoy improved health and wellbeing in improving their own lives
Claim their rights
Create sustainable partnerships, and
Contribute to the development of a vibrant, supportive and developing LGBTI community.
+2733 342 6165
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Same Love Support Group-Toti
9th Ave, Morningside, Durban

We provide support meetings and various resources, including a psychologist who offers sessions to the transgender community in Durban. We educate families and communities on sexual orientation, gender identity and LGBT issues. We build bridges between people through a variety of projects and provide fair and accurate information about LGBT people, their loved ones, and the unique challenges they face, and work to help make faith communities more welcoming.

Our top priorities also include working for safe schools for all students, with workshops and presentations that build and support models of inclusion, making our work relevant for all diverse communities. Same Love Toti also advocates for equal rights for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people on local, and national levels, by hosting an annual beach walk for the International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia.

Find us on Facebook:
084 700 2536
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1st Floor, 271 Umbilo Road, Congella
Durban, KwaZulu-Natal
031 462 8164