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Province Natal (KwaZulu-Natal)
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Country Republic of South Africa (South Africa)
City Pietermaritzburg
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Description Mr and Mrs C E Franklin must have been among the proudest parents who attended the annual Hilton College Speech Day. Their son, Alistair, was awarded the Dick Graham Memorial Prize for the leading scholar in the Vth form. Mr and Mrs N. Yeats enjoyed a chat with their son, Michael, before tea was served at the Hilton Speech Day. Michael, who is in the VIth form, is the present head boy of Hilton College.
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