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Lesson learnt? Year after wake-up, school tries to ‘eradicate ...


Lesson learnt? Year after wake-up, school tries to ‘eradicate racism’

Cornwall Hill College says it has made ‘solid progress in its transformation execution’, but not everyone is happy


The executive principal of a private Pretoria school that was rocked by racism allegations last year has apologised to “those we have let down in the past”.

Leon Kunneke, who is leaving Cornwall Hill College at the end of July, said “where we have not met our obligation to meet every child, we will endeavour to do so in the future”.

“We will hear you all and this is an assurance I give you: the school leadership will do all in their power to identify and eradicate racism at the school.”..

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