South African political activists march to stop school from teaching Shona

JOHANNESBURG, South Africa – Activists from a small South African anti-immigrant opposition party marched on a public school in Pretoria on Monday “to stop” the teaching of the Shona language. Twenty percent of pupils enrolled at Esikhisini Primary School in the Atteridgeville area are allegedly Zimbabwean, according to Kenny Kunene, the deputy president of the Patriotic Alliance party who held…


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