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Kingsburgh is a resort town in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa, 32 km south-west of Durban.
Originally known as Southern Umlazi, it comprises the holiday resorts Doonside, Illovo Beach, Karridene, St Winifred's Beach, Warner Beach and Winklespruit. It became a township in October 1942 and reached borough status in August 1952. Probably named after Richard Philip (Dick) King (1811-1871) who rode along here from Durban to Grahamstown on horseback to secure assistance for beleaguered British troops in 1842.