Decolonizing religious education in institutions of learning: a backer for the African "traditional" religion
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Since the end of the oppressive and racist apartheid system in 1994, epistemologies and knowledge systems of most South African universities have not considerably changed; they remain rooted in colonial, apartheid and Western worldviews and epistemological traditions.
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