Black Students’ Dissent On Afrikaans Campuses Is About More Than Just Language Policy

The student movements that emerged at Tuks, NWU-Pukke and Stellenbosch University (SU) in the days before #FeesMustFall protests, challenged the privileges of whiteness at campuses where Afrikaans is a medium of instruction. The tendency was to reduce students’ dissent to just a matter of language. But this would be an injustice, writes PONTSHO PILANE. A … Continue reading Black Students’ Dissent On Afrikaans Campuses Is About More Than Just Language Policy