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a port city in eastern South Africa on the Indian Ocean

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Dubai [UAE], March 7 ( ANI ): The International Cricket Council (ICC) has charged Australia vice-captain David Warner and South African wicket-keeper-batsman Quinton de Kock for breaching the ICC Code of Conduct following their altercation on the fourth day of the Durban Test, which was captured on CCTV.
Approximately 100,000 passengers currently fly indirectly between Durban and London via Johannesburg or other hubs such as Dubai.
Fluor Corporation (NYSE:FLR) revealed on Monday that it won an engineering, procurement and construction management contract from Vopak Terminal Durban (Pty) Ltd.
The ultimate aim to is develop Durban into a major logistics gateway, acting as a seamless road, rail, air and sea platform to serve the subcontinent.
He said: "As a region, the North East has much in common with Durban with its ports and massive Toyota plant and the opportunities to share best practice and develop business opportunities are unlimited.
Qatar Airways' inaugural flight to Durban, QR1367 - operated with a Boeing 787 Dreamliner, was greeted at King Shaka International Airport by a delegation of senior officials.
Ex-Wharf Durban 180 CST high sulfur bunker prices fell $52/mt to $300.
Soon it was time to leave for Durban, our next stop in South Africa.
This year, the prize for Africa went to Desmond D'Sa, an environment activist from Durban, South Africa.
A newly married South African Indian couple was killed just a day after their wedding, in a road accident in Durban en route to their honeymoon destination.
2) Specialist Paediatrician, Parklands Hospital, Durban, South Africa
com)-- Cape training legend Dean Kannemeyer has tasted glory in the Durban July on two occasions and the handler will be looking for a third success on July 6th.
KWAZULU-NATAL Province (KZN) will play host to the 21st World Route Development Forum (World Routes) at ICC Durban from September 20-22, 2015, marking the first time in its history that the event has been held in Africa.
At the opening of the story, he is on his deathbed, but the novel, like the roots of the tree Durban so often compares to Southern history, twists back to the 1920s, into the heart of the town's brutal past.
SCOTLAND'S Scott Jamieson will not forget Durban in a hurry - but not for all the right reasons now.