SHARPEVILLE TECHNICAL COLLEGE
1 Metropolitan Life Bldg Kruger Ave Vereeniging
016 455 2215

SHARPEVILLE TECHNICAL COLLEGE


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Physical Address:
1 Metropolitan Life Bldg,
Kruger Ave,
Vereeniging,
1939
Postal Address:
PO Box 21,
Sharpeville,
Vereeniging,
1933

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Fax: 016 45..
Phone: 016 45..
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