Inanda Seminary 1950-1980 - educating a nation
lnanda Seminary is a private boarding school for black girls situated in the hills of lnanda. It is unique in that it is the only private protestant school of this nature in South Africa. It offers young black women a superior education than could be received from Bantu education and because of this "produces many top African women in law, medicine and teaching in South Africa." 1 In this respect, it is often labeled as an 'elite' school. It is the aim of this dissertation to examine the nature of the pupils' response to the problems and contradictions of this elitism during the period between 1950 and 1980.