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Research outputs: LANGUAGES
The demand for promoting bilingual and multilingual language policies in African universities can be regarded as a decolonial force for driv...
2019 Language rites: a symposium on language practices in South African higher education institutions
South Africa should transform through encouraging bilingualism in all levels and spheres of society. We have had several policies and yet la...Download this report
South African learner achievement remains poor, despite large investment in schooling over the last two decades. Literature and research fin...Download this report
Teachers are the primary channel through which learners acquire academic knowledge. In classrooms, language is the key to communication and ...Download this report