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Research outputs: STUDENT RESISTANCE
In 2015, students made history in South Africa. The wave of the so-called hashtag,"MustFall," or Fallist" protests started with RhodesMustFa...
2018 On decolonisation and revolution: a Kristevan reading of the hashtags student movements and Fallism
In 2015, clarion calls for a radical change in South African universities sounded. Protesting students demanded a transformed cultural and p...