Joburg School for Foreigners Thrivesi
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October 02, 2014 2:30 PM
Six years ago, riots against foreigners in South Africa resulted in more than 60 deaths. In Johannesburg, hundreds of families found refuge in a Methodist church. Faced with hundreds of children unable to integrate into South African schools, the church opened its own school -- which now boasts more than 300 students. For VOA, Emilie IOB reports on the school and its high pass rates.

Joburg School for Foreigners Thrives

Published October 02, 2014

Six years ago, riots against foreigners in South Africa resulted in more than 60 deaths. In Johannesburg, hundreds of families found refuge in a Methodist church. Faced with hundreds of children unable to integrate into South African schools, the church opened its own school -- which now boasts more than 300 students. For VOA, Emilie IOB reports on the school and its high pass rates.


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