Cape Town – A group of black parents are pushing for transformation at the elite Rondebosch Boys’ High School, decrying the lack of black role models at the school.
The group of 12, under the umbrella of “Bosch Parents For Change”, is especially peeved at the alleged discrimination in sport and admissions “gate-keeping”.
They said the team selection processes for rugby exclude black learners from first and A teams.
To protect the identity of the children, a parent anonymously said: “The school needs to set clear transformation targets for all sporting codes, in terms of visible changes, like seeing more black head coaches, coaches, greater inclusion of black learners in all…
South Africa Education News