Roedean ‘thinks equal’ and will tackle discrimination, which ‘will arise’
The prestigious school has appointed a team to address prejudice after a racist incident involving a nine-year-old
An expert interim committee has been appointed at the prestigious Roedean School in Johannesburg to deal with complaints of discrimination.
This comes in the wake of a racist incident on October 30, when a nine-year-old took a photograph of her classmate, then added the word “chimpanzee” next to the image before sending it to her.
The girl who sent the photograph had earlier told the other pupil, after taking her picture, that “someone laughs like a monkey here”...