Former pupils of Inkatha ka Zulu Primary School in Daveyton, Ekurhuleni, are requested to attend an urgent meeting to discuss plans for the school's 50th anniversary planned for later this year.
The meeting will be held at the school tomorrow at 2pm.
Current headmaster Masondo Nkosi said it was imperative for the school's former pupils to attend, as this meeting would also discuss how much the school, which was established on January 1 1958, had progressed over the years.
Inkatha ka Zulu was among the first schools in Daveyton to have been built in accordance with the then apartheid regime's policy which divided blacks according to ethnicity in order to promote the much-hated "Bantu Education" system.
The school started with about 161 pupils, five teachers and a female principal.
Nkosi said: "We boast a rich history of good results. The school has produced many successful individuals. Today the school has more than 880 pupils served by 22 teachers."