Cape Town – Diversity trainer and political analyst Asanda Ngoasheng says that the latest Fish Hoek High School uproar is the result of not talking openly about the country’s apartheid past.
Parents at Fish Hoek High School have demanded answers from the Western Cape education department after a diversity training workshop facilitated by Ngoasheng reportedly left some pupils traumatised.
The programme has been suspended after complaints that it fuelled racial tensions.
She said the purpose of the workshop was to empower children to understand and embrace each others’ differences after an alleged racism incident occurred at the school.
Speaking to CapeTalk, Ngoasheng said she was…
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