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Vikingozi Secondary School



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Vikingozi Secondary School

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Latitude -30.0325° S 30.0325° S 30° 1' 57" -30° 1.95'
Longitude 30.8683° E 30.8683° E 30° 52' 5.88" 30° 52.098'
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Adams Road
Amanzimtoti
Durban
KwaZulu-Natal
South Africa
Phone No.
084 209 6840
If calling from outside South Africa: +27 84 209 6840

Fax No.
031 903 4339
If calling from outside South Africa: +27 31 903 4339

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