NORTH WEST - The South African Human Rights Commission has voiced its unhappiness with an alleged racism incident at Laerskool Schweizer-Reneke.
The commission says it wants to investigate the school after a picture showing four black children sitting separately from the white children in a class at the school went viral.
Commissioner, Andre Guam says its every South African's duty to root out racism.
"It's also a broader societal issue and a great problem that we still have so many instances of unfair discrimination that is taking place, which is of great concern to the commission."
The school's governing body has denied the racism allegations and said it does not condone any distinction based on race.