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Multilingualism can help decolonise SA university campuses, meeting told

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Some students forced to translate notes at own cost

Projects that aim to advance African languages can boost both decolonisation and justice at South African universities, a debate on language policy has heard.

Juniours Marire, an economics lecturer Rhodes University, told the 26 July discussion at RU that multilingual approaches in teaching and learning could help address imbalances caused by apartheid and decolonise campuses.

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