The head of City of London Boys' School said independent schools should sponsor academies to help prevent London turning into apartheid-era South Africa. David Levin, who grew up in South Africa, told the annual meeting of the Headmasters' and Headmistresses' Conference: "I'm alarmed the way London is being divided into ghettos. It's becoming a silo society. London is sleepwalking towards Johannesburg."
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