Top school in homosexual storm

HARARE - The deputy head of one of the country’s most sought-after top private schools, St John’s College in Harare, has ignited a perfect storm in a society well-known for its homophobic tendencies after he publicly revealed to students that he is gay.

Comments (8)

Very unfortunate, a thing not welcome in our society. May be correct else where but not here.

Munya - 22 September 2018

Whaaat? He should join Prof. Jonah Sorodamba in self-imposed exile!!

Hon.Temba P. Mliswa - 22 September 2018

I heard the headmaster has a cloud over him... not an ideal role model for a boys school!!! Fire them all, the whole management team knew!!!

Bruce Banner - 22 September 2018

Deep repsect to him. Afer years of hostile propaganda from the ruling regime, and the incredible ignorance over sexual orientation throughout our country, he shows astonishing courage.

spiralx - 22 September 2018

He must have been preying on most hapless St John's boys!! He should 'quarantined' at Skhulubhi!

Top Sgelekeqe - 22 September 2018

Oh for goodness sake! If he's good at his job, his private life should be of no concern to anyone else.

Gogo - 22 September 2018

Working at a boys school is nice for a homosexual. Its like being a kiddie and being put in charge of a sweet shop. He will be feasting.

Frank Gorman - 22 September 2018

I will never understand why one is homosexual and I dont want to. I dont want my child to be told that all is well without first consulting me no matter what circumstance one is. The headmaster, Board chair and the deputy head took over the responsibility of parents - that is very very said. If they had declared their position when parents were looking for schools, i bet that school would have been closed by now. I bet you if the management dont change and the school clears itself its going downhill and very fast

tapiwa nondo - 25 September 2018

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