Nandi Madida To Speak About Racism At Semi-private School

“I too endured such abuse”

By  | Jun 08, 2020, 08:48 AM  | Nandi Madida  | Drama

South African media personality, Nandi Madida, has joined in the conversation of racism which has taken place in semi-private schools, recently spotlighted on Durban Girls' Collage. Amidst the Black Lives Movement taking place in America, South Africans have showed their solidarity to the cause, and have condemned any form of racism that is currently taking place. 

Nandi, a former alumni of Danville Park Girl’ High School based in KwaZulu-Natal, shared a post on Instagram today, 5 May 2020, which stated, “On the back drop of Durban Girls College alleged racism and the black live matters movement, I’ve had many friend’s express horrible stories of the racial abuse they endured in school, particularly semi private or private schools (former model-c schools). My story was no different as I attended these schools and I too endured such abuse.” 

The media star explained that she will be joining in conversation with Lesego Tlhabi on Monday, 8 June 2020 to discusses the issues she has faced, and exposing those who have perpetrated her in her high school career. 

See the post here.
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