Waterford Kamhlaba multi-racial school

In 1963 southern Africa's first multi-racial school opened in Swaziland.

It was a direct challenge to neighbouring South Africa's apartheid regime.

We hear from two people who were there when the school first opened its doors.

Photo: Headmaster Michael Stern and his first pupils in 1963 (courtesy of Waterford Kamhlaba)

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Tue 5 Nov 2013 08:50 GMT

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