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African Philosophy and the Decolonisation of Education in Africa: Some critical reflections
The liberation of Africa and its peoples from centuries of racially discriminatory colonial rule and domination has far‐reaching implications for educational thought and practice. The transformationExpand
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Towards an indigenous African educational discourse: a philosophical reflection
AbstractThe liberation of Africa and its peoples from centuries of racially discriminatory colonial rule and domination has far reaching implications for educational thought and practice. TheExpand
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The African renaissance and the transformation of the higher education curriculum in South Africa
ABSTRACT The curriculum is a critical element in the transformation of higher education, and as a result, I argue for the inclusion of what I refer to as an African epistemic in higher educationExpand
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A survey on condition monitoring systems in industry
Advances in networking technologies are opening integration opportunities for Condition Based Monitoring (CBM) systems, presenting further possibilities for increasing CBM system functionality. ThisExpand
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African Voices in Education
African philosophy and educational discourse the influence of African philosophy on educational discourse the influence of African philosophy on thematic issues of concern in educational discourse
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Towards an African philosophy of higher education
Philosophical inquiry aims to explain, clarify and rationally justify higher education discourse. In this article we shall explore what an African philosophy of higher education could mean. WeExpand
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Lifelong learning revisited: an African educational discourse
In this essay we argue for an African discourse on lifelong learning in South Africa, in so doing exploring its impact on education policy statements, and how it plays itself out in issues related toExpand
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Higher education is more than just about the economy
This essay addresses the question, 'What is quality in higher education?' In so doing it raises many interesting and vexing questions in relation to education. For example, is 'quality' in higherExpand
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Towards an indigenous African epistemology of community in education research
Abstract Issues of intellectual and cultural hegemony have long been critical foci in education debates in South Africa. This is evidenced in present times by the call for an African Renaissance inExpand
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The changing conditions for academic work and careers in select countries
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