Joburg School for Foreigners Thrives

October 02, 2014 10:30 AM
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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.