MEC of Education in Gauteng, Panyaza Lesufi this morning when addressing media, in commemorating anti-apartheid activist, Solomon Mahlangu said those who oppressed black people must be the ones who visit to cemeteries of those died during apartheid.
Lesufi said Children of those who oppressed black and Africans in particular were supposed to be at the cemetery showing a remorse for what their forefather did to Africans.
He added that together with offsprings of those who still denies the apartheid, and black people have reconciled with them to have this democracy were also supposed to be there to acknowledge the painful his of South Africa.
"It can't be that children of Orania, will rather pass here, and go to Voortrekker, and forget about #SolomonMahlangu." – Education MEC in Gauteng, Panyaza Lesufi.
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“It can’t be that children of Orania, will rather pass here, and go to Voortrekker, and forget about Solomon Mahlangu,” Education MEC in Gauteng, Panyaza Lesufi.
He said that will not happen, as long there is still different curriculums for Private and Public education in South Africa.
In addition, he said those who run away from public schools because kids are taught about the life of Solomon Mahlangu must find the same curriculum in the private sector. In order to honour the life of Mahlangu.
Lesufi said South Africa is a one country, and they must learn about Solomon and use the same curriculum the rest of black Africans are using in this country.