Going to Kruger (not Krueger) in Feb means early mornings if you want to see anything. Go out at 5:30am when the park gates open because when the temp goes up the animals go into hiding. Find a shady tree at a water hole, park and wait to see what happens.
Durban had become a bit of a dive in recent years and was losing out to Cape Town big time in the tourism stakes but has improved a lot, the authorities have cleaned up the beach area and spent millions on development so it's pretty good now. The weather in Durban in February is TERRIBLE....it will be extremely hot and humidity up in the 90s, Feb is the hottest month in this country.
Remember we drive on the left side of the road here LOL
The drive from PE
to Cape Town is a beautiful part of the country, it's about 800-900km and make sure you take in Wilderness, Knysna, George, Mossel Bay and of course Hermanus is cool too.
Cape Town of course is famous for the mountain, but don't forget the winelands and if you want a one on one encounter with a cheetah make sure to visit the Spier wine estate, they have a cheetah outreach program and a raptor rehab centre where you can go in with the creatures.
BTW don't worry about flying a 732, SAA's are well maintained but by Feb it will more likely be a 319 on the route as they are starting to phase the 732s out soon.
After Monday and Tuesday even the calendar says WTF...