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School takes the high road in stamping out drug abuse

Title: School takes the high road in stamping out drug abuse
Date: Sunday, 8 February 2009
Publisher: The Times (South Africa)
Author: Wendyl Martin
Main source: thetimes.co.za

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[Picture]CLEAN: Drug-free marshals from Newlands West Secondary with their principal Farouk Bayat, front left, teacher Roslyn Narain-Mohan and anti-drug co-coordinator Allan Wohrnitz. Picture: THEMBINKOSI DWAYISA A Durban high school has taken a tough stance against drug abuse by becoming the first school in South Africa to have its pupils trained as anti-drug “marshals”. New West Secondary School in Newlands West, which has more than 1400 pupils, started with its first batch of anti-drug campaigners this week. Foundation for a Drug Free ... [Read the rest at thetimes.co.za]