Bill, it is the cenotaph in Farewell Square, Durban, South Africa.
"The Durban cenotaph was unveiled in 1926 as a memorial to fallen soldiers of World War I. Standing about 11 metres (36 feet) high, the monument is built of granite decorated with glazed ceramic tiles depicting two angels raising the soul of a dead soldier. The design was the result of a competition in 1921, won by the Cape Town architectural firm of Eagle, Pilkington and McQueen. The ceramics were made in England by Harold and Phoebe Stabler of the Poole Pottery."