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The roles of higher education in the democratization of politics in Africa: survey reports from HERANA
Against the theory on the nexus of higher education and citizenship, this article brings together the main findings and conclusions of three related studies with African mass publics, parliamentarians from African ...
Student involvement in university decision-making: Good reasons, a new lens
This paper proposes a framework for understanding student involvement in different domains of university decision-making based on the various reasons brought for and against student involvement. It briefly outlines the ...
RPL as cognitive praxis in linking higher education, the African Renaissance and lifelong learning
(Taylor & Francis, 2003)
This article argues that one can use the Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) to conceptualise the project of bridging the articulation gap between further and higher education in South Africa by framing the cognitive praxis ...
The Anthropocene crisis and higher education: A fundamental shift
(South African Association for Research and Development in Higher Education (SAARDHE), 2016)
This article seeks to address a fundamental shift that has occurred in reality; a displacement that requires us to critically account for the ways in which knowledge is both being produced and taught at universities. The ...
Brexit: some implications for African higher Education
(Taylor & Francis, 2018)
This article considers how the decisions of the UK government, following the Brexit referendum, may impact on higher education in Africa. Ghana and South Africa are the two countries chosen to exemplify the claim that ...
Creating ‘safe-ish’ learning spaces—attempts to practice an ethics of care
(South African Journal of Higher Education, 2018)
One way to approach the project of decolonising the university is to employ decolonising pedagogies, which allow the whole of people’s lived experience into teaching and learning spaces, affirm this experience as worthy ...