‘African pupils, staff and parents should have a say in what they would like in the school code regarding hair’

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Busisiwe Nkosi talks about hair being a problem in school. Picture: Supplied
Busisiwe Nkosi talks about hair being a problem in school. Picture: Supplied

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“This is our school, our culture, our language; if you want to be here, you will have to accept and adapt to it.”

Such sentiments driven by a heightened sense of authority and ownership will do nothing to embrace inclusivity and transformation, according to Busisiwe Nkosi, the anti-racism manager at the Ahmed Kathrada Foundation.

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