Alliance Francaise in Durban
Situated in a lovely eco-friendly building with garden and parking, our activities include French, isiZulu and Portuguese courses of various levels, and the organization of socio-cultural activities.
Founded in 1936, the Alliance Française de Durban was the first Alliance Française in South Africa.
It is a Franco-South African non-profit and public benefit organisation.
Our 3 primary missions are the dissemination and teaching of French, the promotion of Francophone culture, as well as the promotion of cultural diversity
Be curious and visit this unique cultural hub
- Be a part of our year-round social and cultural events: Francophone festivals and events, film screenings, concerts, exhibitions, pétanque, regular conferences, dinners..
- Join in our media/audio-visual centre, where you can borrow magazines, French books, and DVDs subtitled in English.
- Meet new people, socialise and tantalise your taste buds at our quality café/ bistro, Le Café Saint Germain.
- The next time you visit, why not take a stroll around our indigenous garden?
Alliance française de Durban in Numbers
- 750 learners
- 80 cultural events
- 6000 spectators
- 2800 newsletters
- 145 library members