Zari Hassan’s son joins one of the most expensive schools in South Africa

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Zari Hassan with her Kids

Business Woman Zari Hassan will be expected to part with Sh1.6 million a year, after his second born son Raphy Junior joined one of the most expensive schools in South Africa.

Despite a stagnant economy, parents are still paying exorbitant fees to ensure their children have access to the best education they can afford.

St. Alban’s College

Raphy, who is a second born in a family of five, joined St. Alban’s College located in Pretoria South Africa.

According to an article done by a local website in South Africa, Business Tech, St. Alban College stands at 11 on the list of 20 most expensive schools in South Africa.

Aside from the prestigious location of the school, the fees covers tuition, boarding, games, ordinary medical attention, the use of the sanatorium, library and laundry.


Zari’s first born son Pinto also schools at St Albans College.

Students also engage in sports like Rugby, Cricket, Hockey, Basketball, Rowing, Water Polo, Tennis, Squash and Golf.

On top of the most expensive private schools in South Africa is Michaelhouse, Balgowan located in the Midlands of KwaZulu-Natal.

Hilton College

The second expensive school is Hilton College located in Kwa-Zulu Natal Midlands, seating on over 1,700 hectare piece of land, which includes its own wildlife reserve.

Most Expensive schools in South Africa (Money in Rand's)

Michaelhouse, Balgowan: R265,680

Hilton College, Hilton: R253,660*

St Andrew’s College, Grahamstown: R252,990

Roedean School, Johannesburg: R252,341

Kearnsney College, Botha’s Hill: R242,220

Bishops, Rondebosch: R240,380

St Mary’s School, Waverley: R234,540

St Andrews School for Girls, Senderwood: R233,810

St Stithians, Johannesburg: R232,640

St Martin’s School, Rosettenville: R232,120


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