by Norest Musvaba
JOHANNESBURG - A South African
civic group has opened a school in central Johannesburg for about 350 young
Zimbabwean refugees and asylum seekers residing at the city's Central Methodist
church, the organisation said on Tuesday.
The Solidarity Peace Trust (SPT) deputy
director Selvan Chetty told ZimOnline that the non-governmental organisation
opened the school in February, with the full support of the church's Bishop
Paul Verryn who has been at the forefront in assisting Zimbabwean refugees
in South Africa.
Albert School - a primary and secondary