Synonyms for upington or Related words with upington

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Upington Railway Station is a railway station serving the town of Upington in South Africa. It is part of the TransNamib Railway that connects Windhoek with the town.
The Roman Catholic Diocese of Keimoes–Upington () is a diocese located in the city of Keimoes–Upington in the Ecclesiastical province of Bloemfontein in South Africa.
Statistics for the 2007 financial year at Upington Airport:
The Pall Mall Gazette, in 1890, described Upington as:
Scotty died a respected elderly townsmen of Upington during the 1919 flu epidemic. He is buried in the Upington cemetery. The grave is protected by an iron trellis, on his grave stone is written "Never will his memory fade - Jessie".
Wiese was born and grew up in Upington. He attended and played rugby for Hoërskool Upington, which resulted in provincial call-ups for Griquas Country Districts in 2011, 2012 and 2013.
Wiese was born and grew up in Upington. He attended and played rugby for Hoërskool Upington, which resulted in provincial call-ups for Griquas Country Districts in 2013, 2014 and 2015.
Kuruman has relatively mild weather patterns compared to other Northern Cape towns, such as Upington and Springbok, and is surrounded by more vegetation as compared to the Upington and Springbok, which are surrounded by desertic environments.
Many major car manufacturers bring their cars and commercial vehicles to Upington to test them in the hot dry and sunny conditions. These cars and test teams are flown into and out of Upington Airport using chartered planes.
The railway line from De Aar to Upington and Namibia passes though the town.
The unit is also responsible for maintaining the military airstrip at Vastrap, near Upington.
The R325 is a Regional Route in South Africa that connects Griquatown to Upington and Kuruman.
Block was Chairman of the African National Congress Youth League, Upington Branch, in 1991 – 1992.
Toe vlug ek na die kant van die Upington sersant
Sir Thomas Upington (1844–1898), born in Cork, Ireland, was an administrator and politician of the Cape Colony.
Planning is also under way at Upington Airport to construct a facility for the long-term parking of mothballed aircraft.
The name Upington refers to the city in the Northern Cape Province, South Africa from where the family originates.
Postmasburg is a town in the Northern Cape province of South Africa, located approximately 170 km east of Upington.
Upington emigrated to the Cape Colony in 1874, due to his fragile health, from which he suffered throughout his life.
However his lifelong health problems worsened and on 10 December 1898, Upington died in Wynberg, Cape Town, aged only 54.