'D.F. Malan' High School should go: Apartheid premier's grandson says why he supports name-change

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Hoërskool DF Malan is in Bellville.
Hoërskool DF Malan is in Bellville.
Jaco Marais

The grandson of former South African prime minister DF Malan, under whose term the National Party's apartheid policy became entrenched, supports a move to rename a school that was named after his grandfather.

Last week, Hoërskool DF Malan announced that it would embark on a process to change its name to be more inclusive and better represent what it stands for. 

READ | Hoërskool DF Malan plans name change to be more inclusive

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