The Equity and Institutional Culture office will be hosting Advocate Tembeka Ngcukaitobi as he gives a talk on ‘The Land Issue and the Birth of Constitutionalism’ on 12 April 2018 at the Eden Grove Blue venue ,Rhodes University at 18:30pm.
Through filmed lessons in a variety of classrooms and interviews, including with PRAESA founder Neville Alexander, this documentary shows the importance of the mother tongue education and is as relevant today as it was when it was produced in 2004.
Envisioning and Institution Transformed
Another university is possible: uneven and combined processes to decolonize the university worldwide
The Westernized university is now a global phenomenon and its main driving forces are, more than ever, university capitalism and university colonialism. They produce as much homogenization as segmentation and differentiation between countries and inside each country. Decolonizing the university is therefore a very complex process. Guided by the epistemologies of the south, it will proceed by combining different processes and strategies in the global north and in the global south