language policy

 
AfriForum takes Unisa to court over language policy
AfriForum takes Unisa to court over language policy
AfriForum is approaching the High Court in Pretoria over the disputed language policy at the University of South Africa.
​Universities must make a strategic language compromise to suit the student profile
​Universities must make a strategic language compromise to suit the student profile
Nearly 30 years ago, Njabulo Ndebele delivered a rather farsighted paper titled Good Morning South Africa: Whose Universities, Whose Standards? In it...
English given equal status at Stellenbosch, made primary language of instruction at University of Pretoria
English given equal status at Stellenbosch, made primary language of instruction at University of Pretoria
The universities of Pretoria and Stellenbosch have adopted new language policies. Stellenbosch University Council chairperson George Steyn...
Language can be a powerful cohesive tool
Language can be a powerful cohesive tool
Social cohesion should unquestionably be among the matters at the top of our agenda if we are to hold together on critical national issues. And...
Right-wing radicals back Pretoria University protests
Right-wing radicals back Pretoria University protests
An Afrikaner survivalist group, which calls for self-determination, has backed protests at the University of Pretoria, determined to protect...
From school to university: Pupils face critical challenges
From school to university: Pupils face critical challenges
The #FeesMustFall campaign and disputes about language policy have placed South African universities at centre stage. The annual dissection of...

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