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<strong>South</strong> <strong>Africa</strong> rest captain Du Plessis for final Twenty20

South Africa rest captain Du Plessis for final Twenty20

13 Jan 2015

Cape Town: South Africa will rest captain Faf du Plessis for the final Twenty20 international against West Indies in Durban on Wednesday as they seek to manage his long-term hip injury ahead of the 50-over World Cup.

South Africa cricket team,   Faf du Plessis,   Twenty20 international,   West Indies vs South Africa,   Cricket World Cup,  
Hurricane Chris Gayle blasts West indies to victory against <strong>South</strong> <strong>Africa</strong>

Hurricane Chris Gayle blasts West indies to victory against South Africa

10 Jan 2015

Cape Town: Chris Gayle blasted 77 off 31 balls as the West Indies beat South Africa by four wickets in the first Twenty20 international at Newlands. The big left-hander thrashed eight sixes and five fours in a brutal assault on the South African bowlers.

Chris Gayle,   West Indies beat South Africa,   Twenty20 international at Newlands. South African cricket team,  
Ratan Tata honoured at <strong>South</strong> Carolina Auto Summit

Ratan Tata honoured at South Carolina Auto Summit

26 Feb 2015

Washington: Ratan Tata has been honoured with an honorary Doctorate of Automotive Engineering by the Clemson University at the South Carolina Automotive Summit this week.

Ratan Tata,   South Carolina Auto Summit,   honorary Doctorate,   Automotive Engineering,   Clemson University ,  
Crowe picks New Zealand vs <strong>South</strong> <strong>Africa</strong> World Cup final

Crowe picks New Zealand vs South Africa World Cup final

07 Jan 2015

Wellington: Cricket great Martin Crowe has picked a New Zealand vs South Africa final in the World Cup starting next month, saying on Wednesday he was determined to follow the tournament after once fearing he would not live out 2014.

Cricket,   Martin Crowe,   New Zealand cricket team,   South Africa cricket team,   2015 World Cup ,  
AB de Villiers on cloud nine, don’t miss to learn about his nine hidden facts

AB de Villiers on cloud nine, don’t miss to learn about his nine hidden facts

27 Feb 2015

South African captain AB de Villiers who scored fastest 150 on Friday against West Indies in the World Cup is just not only a cricketer but one the most complete sportsman ever played this game.

South African captain,   AB de Villiers,   South African cricket team,   ICC ODI World Cup,  
<strong>South</strong> <strong>Africa</strong> offering incentives to firms to attend ITI in India

South Africa offering incentives to firms to attend ITI in India

06 Jan 2015

Johannesburg: In a bid to boost bilateral trade with India, South Africa is offering substantial incentives to its companies to participate in two major trade fairs to be held in Kolkata and Hyderabad next month.

South Africa,   incentives,   incentive to firms,   ITI in India,   trade,   bilateral ties,   business,  
West Indies win toss and elect to bat at Newlands in <strong>South</strong> <strong>Africa</strong>

West Indies win toss and elect to bat at Newlands in South Africa

02 Jan 2015

Cape Town: West Indies won the toss and elected to bat as they sought to take advantage of a good wicket in sunny conditions in the third and final test against South Africa at Newlands on Friday.

West Indies,   South Africa,   WI-SA test,   Newlands,   WI captain Denesh Ramdin,  
Algeria and Senegal bid to book last eight slots

Algeria and Senegal bid to book last eight slots

23 Jan 2015

Mongomo: Algeria and Senegal can book quarter-final spots at the African Nations Cup with their second successive Group C victories when they face Ghana and South Africa respectively on Friday.

Algeria football team,   Senegal football team,   African Nations Cup,   Ghana football team,   and South Africa football team,  
<strong>South</strong> <strong>Africa</strong> recall Duminy to face West Indies in T20s

South Africa recall Duminy to face West Indies in T20s

01 Jan 2015

Cape Town: Batsman Jean Paul Duminy has recovered from injury and has been named in South Africa's 14-man squad for the three-match Twenty20 series against the West Indies starting from January 9.

Jean Paul Duminy,   West Indies,   One-Day International (ODI),   South Africa,   Twenty20 series,   ,  
CIL examining proposal to register subsidiary in <strong>South</strong> <strong>Africa</strong>

CIL examining proposal to register subsidiary in South Africa

15 Dec 2014

New Delhi: State-owned CIL is examining a proposal to register a wholly-owned subsidiary in South Africa to acquire and develop coal assets and has appointed Deloitte as the consultant for advising on the regulatory framework there.

CIL,   register subsidiary,   South Africa,   coal,   coal block,   ,  

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