Cape Town — A school in the quiet seaside town of Strand has been confronted with complaints of racial inequality after it emerged that all but two of its teachers are white.
This comes after Hoërskool Strand brandished a picture of 16 newly-hired white personnel on Facebook.
The school’s governing body is composed of white members while black Africans and coloured people are employed as maintenance staff, images on the school’s website showed.
The EFF is seeing red, warning that black people were “systematically excluded” from the school’s teaching staff.
“Twenty-nine years into democracy…we still have whites-only schools that practice racism with impunity,” said a statement…
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