District Six’s Trafalgar High School, which was South Africa’s first high school for students of colour when it was established 110 years ago, has made an appeal to its past students to write to the heritage body to support its application for national heritage status for the school.
The school’s alumnus body, Trafalgar Alumni Association, lodged a formal application with the South African Heritage Resources Agency (SAHRA) in January this year for the school to be accorded national heritage status along with six other institutions with its roots in District Six.
The school has a significant position in the history of Cape Town and the struggle against apartheid in South Africa. Its…
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