The school hall at Sacred Heart College in Johannesburg was filled with music and colourful artwork this week as some learners and parents celebrated World Day of Migrants and Refugees. Read more
“I still remember when my mom first told me that I was starting school. It was the best feeling ever,” says Divine, now 22-years-old. She was seven when her family left the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) to come to South Africa. They arrived in June 2006 and struggled to find places in public schools.