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Africanisation : the community becomes responsible for its own education development

@article{Louw2007AfricanisationT,
  title={Africanisation : the community becomes responsible for its own education development},
  author={W. Louw},
  journal={Commonwealth Youth and Development},
  year={2007},
  volume={5},
  pages={21-31}
}
  • W. Louw
  • Published 2007
  • Sociology
  • Commonwealth Youth and Development
Africanisation is generally seen as a renewed focus on Africa, to reclaim what has been taken from Africa. A new sense of pride is emerging that is evident in the local curriculum: there is a renewed spotlight on indigenous knowledge, the diverse student body in a higher education institution, and an African community competing with the demands of a global society. This article, while sympathetic to the demands of globalisation, focuses on how a local community in South Africa should become… Expand