A primary school teacher has spoken out after she was suspended when a photograph, depicting pupils seemingly separated on the basis of their race at a school in Schweizer-Reneke, went viral on social media. Elana Barkhuizen took the picture, but did not teach the class in question.
Schweizer-Reneke Row - 'I Will Clear My Name', Vows Tearful Suspended Teacher
News24Wire, 15 January 2019
A Schweizer-Reneke primary school teacher has vowed to ensure that her name is cleared after she was suspended when a photograph, depicting pupils seemingly separated on the basis… Read more »
Elana Barkhuizen, who was suspended last week after a photo she took went viral. It showed black and white pupils seated at separate tables in a grade R classroom.
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