JOHANNESBURG - Pupils from three different schools say they're standing up against discrimination and inequality at their respective schools.
Matriculants at the Bishops Diocesan School in Cape Town wrote a letter claiming the racism scourge has been ongoing for decades.
Also in Cape Town, pupils at the Herschel Girls School called for a zero-tolerance approach to racist acts.
They claim the school is known for its institutionalised racism.
Meanwhile, at the Durban Girls College, pupils have spoken out against racist behaviour.
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Previous and current pupils shared stories of how they have been discriminated against.
The college has since launched an investigation.