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Decolonising knowledge : in what sense is an ‘African’ ethic possible?

@inproceedings{Naud2017DecolonisingK,
  title={Decolonising knowledge : in what sense is an ‘African’ ethic possible?},
  author={Piet Naud{\'e}},
  year={2017}
}
Inaugural address deliver by Prof P Naude, Director: University of Stellenbosch Business School, on 04 April 2017. 

Towards Decolonizing and Africanizing Computing Education in South Africa

This work was partially supported by the University of South Africa Master's and Doctoral Research Bursary

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