1: Higher Education During Apartheid

Let’s explore the historical background to fees-payable higher education in South Africa. We talk to Leigh-Ann Naidoo about the distribution of resources during Apartheid, and hear from some students about their parents’ experiences. At the basis of this issue is this right to education for all, which is enshrined in the Constitution.

 Photo by David Hanson.

One response to “1: Higher Education During Apartheid”

  1. We have got to, all in all move around the key standards of general training, majors and electives, and in addition the measure of credit required to win degrees.


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