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Central Islamic School

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Latitude -25.7899° S 25.7899° S 25° 47' 23.64" -25° 47.394'
Longitude 28.0998° E 28.0998° E 28° 5' 59.28" 28° 5.988'
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Turquoise Street
Laudium
Pretoria
Gauteng
South Africa
Phone No.
012 374 4647
If calling from outside South Africa: +27 12 374 4647

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On 20 Jul 2011 Dr Basheer Shabangu -Swaziland. said:
Assalaamu alaikum.
I am Dr Basheer Shabangu, a graduate of Medunsa. My daughter Amina Samukelisiwe Shabangu completed Matric at CIS and has since obtained a BSc Comuter Science from Islamic Universwity in Uganda.
I am putting great effort in establishing the First muslim school in Swaziland.
My son Salim Shabangu is in Atteridgevile Grade 11 (UICT madressa hostel) and ?? public school in Atteridgevile.
Others of our youth are in Watervaal, AsSalaam and all over RSA, separated from their families.
Keep up the good work.

Dr Basheer Shabangu
Islamic Yoth Organization of Swaziland.
www.theiyos.org
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