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Missed opportunity for Mediation in racial slur dispute

Missed opportunity for Mediation in racial slur dispute

South Africa: While an independent investigator recommended mediation following the fall-out over an alleged racial slur during a hockey match between Michaelhouse and St John’s College, the alleged victim has chosen an alternative route to remedy the situation.

The St John’s College pupil and his family have opted to head straight to a disciplinary process.

The incident took place in May during a sporting derby weekend between the two schools.

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