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Leading economic expert Jim Rogers traveled to 150 countries over 150,000 miles in three years - follow his adventures here on FentonReport. In this video Jim visits Alexandra High School girls school in South Africa. Alexandra High School is a public high school in Pietermaritzburg, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. The school is named after Queen Alexandra Caroline, Queen Consort of England, and first opened on 23 February 1960. Though it was initially a whites-only, all-boys school, the first non-white pupil was admitted in June 1991. Alexandra High School became co-educational at the beginning of 1992. The school colours are maroon and blue. Both genders have two uniforms: winter and summer, also known as "Number one" and "Number two" uniforms respectively. The boy's winter uniform consists of a maroon blazer, a white button up shirt (long sleeved or short sleeved), a maroon and powder blue tie and long grey pants. The shoes are shiny brown leather, and the socks are dark grey. The boy's summer uniform consists of a khaki safari suit, with long khaki socks and the same shiny brown leather shoes. Girls wear nearly identical uniforms in winter and summer. The uniform consists of a blue skirt, white button up shirt and the same maroon blazer. The same maroon and blue tie is worn. Winter uniforms differ from summer uniforms in that a blazer is compulsory. Pupils in grade 12 - 'matrics' - are entitled to wear a completely powder blue tie as part of the winter uniform, and the boys may wear a differently cut khaki shirt as part of the summer uniform." city map vacation day guide tour international world airline itinerary ideas tips company resorts holiday discovery hotel trip advisor best time agent agencies travels resort channel adventure adventures vacations money manager investments investment advisor economy economist jim rogers south africa alexandra high school queen caroline public uniforms uniform pietermaritzburg

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