[South Africa].

  title={[South Africa].},
  author={E. Windisch},
  journal={Osterreichische Krankenpflegezeitschrift},
  volume={29 9},
  • E. Windisch
  • Published 1976
  • Medicine
  • Osterreichische Krankenpflegezeitschrift
The African National Congress’s (ANC) triumph over apartheid in 1994 resulted in the radical transformation of South Africa’s social, political, economic, cultural, and educational institutions. The vision for the transformation of the hitherto racially segregated higher education system was laid out in the Education White Paper 3: A Program for the Transformation of Higher Education (1997). Central to the transformation vision was the establishment of a single national coordinated system that… Expand

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