Language issues continue to mar schools

09 September 2016 - 09:51 By ARON HYMAN

Language issues have left tongues wagging in Cape Town this week with schoolchildren exposing bizarre punishments for pupils using languages such as Xhosa. It emerged that demerits and detentions have been dished out at Sans Souci High School in Claremont, and that pupils at Holy Cross High School in Maitland have been paying R10 fines for speaking in their mother tongues.

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