Embracing multilingualism best hope for future of Afrikaans


And so eventually the debate on Afrikaans in universities ended not with a bang but a whimper in the Constitutional Court last week.

Decades of intense struggles to maintain a few exclusive Afrikaans universities, at one point, and then to retain Afrikaans as a primary language of instruction, at a later point, all came to a screeching halt in the court of Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng...

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