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A new headmaster, Jack Grant, a white academic, arrived from Trinidad in to refocus the school. The school was sold to the government and the head left South Africa. When Grant arrived Ohlange High School already had an established team. In the main building of the school burned down. He was the first Black South African to do this and for a while to taught physiology at the college. Bantu Education was a clearly divisive and paternalist racist campaign that was designed to educate black children for their lowly place in society. The school became one of the most important schools for black education. All of these teams were well established by Adams was much revered and in the s the school was renamed Adams College in his honour. Grant and the school felt that this was unacceptable and argued that they should allowed to become independent. They allowed the nearby Inanda Seminary School to operate outside the act, but in the school held a service to mark the end of its operation. In Adams College was amongst several schools recognised as "historic schools". He worked closely with John Dube of Ohlange High School to achieve common objectives opf improving the lot of native Africans. Esau Fika Mthethwea who was a teacher formed the "Lucky Stars" in as an ethnic vaudeville troupe of typically eight young teachers who had been trained at Adams. He had been sent to America to help with translating a Zulu Bible but he had stayed there and he had become a physician. Football was introduced by the missionary schools and the Shooting Stars were able to challenge similar teams at Ifafa , Umbumbulu and Inanda.

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When Grant arrived Ohlange High School already had an established team. Adams was much revered and in the s the school was renamed Adams College in his honour. As "Jackie" Grant he had captained the West Indies Cricket team for four tests before becoming a missionary teacher in This act required that South African schools prepare black students for secondary and manual labour. The school attracted both adults and children. The school was sold to the government and the head left South Africa. In Adams College was amongst several schools recognised as "historic schools". Esau Fika Mthethwea who was a teacher formed the "Lucky Stars" in as an ethnic vaudeville troupe of typically eight young teachers who had been trained at Adams. Bantu Education was a clearly divisive and paternalist racist campaign that was designed to educate black children for their lowly place in society. All of these teams were well established by They allowed the nearby Inanda Seminary School to operate outside the act, but in the school held a service to mark the end of its operation.

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Matthews was appointed to be the first black head of Adams College [6]: All of these teams were well established by He had been sent to America to help with translating a Zulu Bible but he had stayed there and he had become a physician. The school faced legal opposition from the government as the Bantu Education Act came into force. The school became one of the most important schools for black education. When Grant arrived Ohlange High School already had an established team. The important item was the school was not able to be called "Adams". Football was introduced by the missionary schools and the Shooting Stars were able to challenge similar teams at Ifafa , Umbumbulu and Inanda. However the first President and the incumbent President of the ANC were staff from the school and the authorities were adamant. Esau Fika Mthethwea who was a teacher formed the "Lucky Stars" in as an ethnic vaudeville troupe of typically eight young teachers who had been trained at Adams. Adams had chosen a site south of Durban where he founded a "family school" within months of his arrival.