The Department of Education in Gauteng has given Curro Roodeplaat School until October to implement the resolutions agreed upon, to avoid losing its operating licence.
MEC Panyaza Lesufi on Friday announced his decision to withdraw the licence following new allegations of racial segregation at the school.
The decision has however been suspended on condition that the head of the school be replaced and the management structure changed to include a new operational head.
“I then agreed to suspend my decision to close the school until I am convinced that all these matters are indeed implemented. If any of these matters cannot be carried out as promised, I will then immediately revoke the license.
So, on the basis of this I am satisfied that there is commitment from Curro not to go ahead to not to segregate learners based on language or colour of their skin.”