LEPHALALE FET COLLEGE
LEPHALALE FET COLLEGE
Cnr. Mgoako Ramatlodi & Nelson Mandela Rd Lephalale 0555
014 763 2252, 014 763 2253
Phone: 014 763 2252, 014 763 2253
Fax: 014 763 2253
Cell: 082 920 5554
Website: www.ellisrascollege.co.za
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Cnr. Mgoako Ramatlodi & Nelson Mandela Rd, Lephalale, 0555
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Private Bag X210, Lephalale, 0555
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