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Durban businessman, Ebrahim Patel, has been appointed as the Honorary Consul of the Republic of Indonesia in South Africa. Seen in this picture with Governor of East Java

Honorary Consul Status For Durban Businessman

SABC NEWS: Durban businessman, Ebrahim Patel, has been appointed as the Honorary Consul of the Republic of Indonesia in South Africa. The appointment has been conferred by the president’s of Indonesia and South Africa. Patel says he is deeply humbled and grateful for the new appointment and will work hard in his new role to strengthen trade and relations between South Africa and Indonesia.

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