Guide to SA 'racist hair rules'
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SA school's 'racist hair rules': A visual guide

A South African school has been accused of racism over its rules on students' hairstyles.

Black female pupils at Pretoria Girls High, whose protests have sparked a national debate about race, say that they have been told to straighten their hair and are banned from having afros.

Watch our visual guide to see which hairstyles are allowed and which break the rules.

Video journalist: Christian Parkinson

  • 30 Aug 2016
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