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By Sarah Darby

Trafalgar High School was one of the few buildings in District Six to survive destruction during apartheid. The high school was originally declared a school for students classified as colored by the government. Today, the school is open to all students, but faces challenges that resulted from the apartheid era. Student Michael Mayalo and English teacher Sakina Tesai discuss the demolition of the area and how it affected the school today.

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