The South African Human Rights Commission has found black and mixed-race students at Dr. Viljoen Combined School were subjected to racist abuses by the staff.
Children at the school alleged staff members called them racist names, such as baboons and monkeys.
After an 18-month investigation, staff members and the head teacher were found to have exposed students to dehumanizing and racist treatment.
Representatives of Dr Viljoen Combined School told the BBC they would not “comment at this stage.”
They said they had not seen the report and would refer the matter to the school’s governing body.
Representatives of the Free State Department of Education, responsible for the school, say they will study the report and would hold their own investigation before taking any potential disciplinary action.
The SAHRC is an independent body set up after the end of white-minority rule in 1994 to investigate allegations of human rights abuses and hold public institutions accountable.
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