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Discussion document: understanding the dynamics of part-time studies at UWC
(University of the Western Cape, 2003)
This study into understanding the dynamics of part-time studies at UWC is part of on-going institutional research that is required to improve the conditions of and services to part-time students at UWC. Approximately 23% ...
The time is burning: The right of adults to basic education in South Africa
(Journal of Education, 2006)
The government has neglected the constitutional right of adults to basic education over the last decade. This paper examines the bases for holding the government to account in the constitutional court for its performance. ...
Putting ourselves into practice: Popular education at/and universities
(Journal of Education, 2005)
This paper looks at different ways in which popular education has been played out in South African university adult education (UAE) since the 1980s. It traces the changing relationships between UAE and sections of civil ...
Struggle and compromise: A history of South African adult education from 1960 to 2001
(Journal of Education, 2003)
This article provides an overview of the history of adult education in South Africa from 1960 (when the apartheid regime crushed the main black political movements) to the end of 2001 when, after a period of painful struggle ...
Popular pedagogy and the changing political landscape: A case study of a women’s housing movement in South Africa
(Taylor & Francis Group, 2009)
This paper sets out to explore the relationship between popular education and the changing South African political landscape through case study research of the Victoria Mxenge Housing Development Association. The research ...
Hitting the road: what students at UWC say about their public transport
(University of the Western Cape, 2004)
Discussions with full-time and part-time students revealed that there is a serious need for safe and reliable public transport. Especially women from the townships frequently raised issues of public transport not being ...