JONATHAN JANSEN | Why Stellies racists behave like animals: last kicks of a dying horse

We have seen this before. This is transformation playing out

16 November 2022 - 21:23

A few weeks ago, retired judge Sisi Khampepe released her 184-page report on allegations of racism at Stellenbosch University. The commission of inquiry was called for by the university management and the report makes three major points. One, that black students and staff still feel unwelcome at the institution. Two, that while the university has made “impressive theoretical strides” on transformation, such efforts were not felt in the lived experiences of staff and students. And three, that Stellenbosch should review its multilingual language policy “to remove the possibility of language exclusion through the preference of Afrikaans”...

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