Quinton elected Bahai school chairman

Parents of children attending school at Bahai Primary recently stunned elders of the Bahai faith when they elected controversial President of the National Public Servants and Allied Workers Union (NAPSAWU) Quinton Dlamini as chairman of the school committee.


{josquote}The issue of the control of the school has caused a rift between parents and the management of the school.{/josquote}

The school has been run by a management board for many years. The elders were allegedly taken by surprise when the parents made a demand to have a school committee.

It was gathered that things came to a head when parents wanted nothing but to elect their own school committee.

The election of Dlamini comes in the wake of an old standing policy of the mission that the school should be run by a school management board.

The parents allegedly said they were still to be convinced that the school was owned by the mission school.

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