International Convention Centre

Local nameInternational Convention Centre
LocationDurban, South Africa

The Inkosi Albert Luthuli International Convention Centre Complex is a large events facility located in the city centre of Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. It is named after 1960 Nobel Peace Prize laureate and former president of the African National Congress, Inkosi Albert Luthuli. Opened by former president Nelson Mandela in 1997, the Durban ICC was South Africa’s first International Convention Centre and has played a pioneering role in attracting international events to Durban since its inception. The complex is composed of an arena, hotel, convention and exhibition centre.

The venue has hosted the International AIDS Conference in 2000 and again in July 2016, the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting 1999, and the Non-Aligned Movement in 2004. It hosted the preliminary draw for the 2010 FIFA World Cup and Final Draw for 2013 African Cup of Nations, and also hosted the COP17 meeting in 2011.

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More information and contact


Official website

Facebook page


Phone +27 31 360 1000

Address 45 Bram Fischer Rd, Durban 4001, South Africa

Coordinates -29°51'9.266" N 31°1'46.999" E

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