|Statement||by Jairam Reddy.|
|Contributions||University of Durban-Westville.|
This book outlines successful transformation strategies and efforts that have been developed to assist the South African higher education system in moving beyond its post-apartheid state of being. Through case studies authored by South African higher education scholars and scholars affiliated with South African institutions, this book aims to highlight the status of transformation in the South. This book outlines successful transformation strategies and efforts that have been developed to assist the South African higher education system in moving beyond its post-apartheid state of being. Get this from a library! Transformation and legitimation in post-apartheid universities: reading discourses from 'Reitz'. [J C Van der Merwe; Dionne Van Reenen] -- "Two decades after the democratic transition, South African universities are in turmoil. Whilst the old is slowly becoming unhinged, reimagining the new is protracted and contested. This chapter focuses on furthering transformation through the university’s role of teaching and learning in South Africa. It argues that a sound incorporation of ontology and epistemology in higher education (HE) teaching and learning is needed, which means preparing students to use their history and context to reflect on their situatedness, and critique it for the betterment of society.
In the years after the transition to democracy in South Africa, planners were convinced that they would be able to successfully promote a vision of integrated, equitable and sustainable cities, and counter the spatial distortions created by apartheid. This book explores the experience of planning in South Africa during the ten years from. PDF | On Dec 1, , Vusi Gumede published Social Policy in Post-Apartheid South Africa | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate. 2 days ago It is now commonly accepted that there is a deep crisis regarding the ‘culture of reading” in South Africa. Only a very small section of the public reads and buys books, there is a virtual collapse of library services, and publishing in black languages continues to struggle 16 years after the end of apartheid. The indices of this crisis are equally well-known: Only a very small section of. Richly textured descriptions of how South Africas education reforms have affected schools at grassroots level are combined with careful analysis of enrolment, governance, and budget data at school, provincial, and national levels. The result is a compelling and comprehensive study of the first decade of education reform in the post-apartheid.
The biggest stumbling block to transformation, however, is not the numbers per se but the failure of the post-apartheid discourses to come up with a deeper meaning of what is intended with. The extension of the post-apartheid social security net is one of the greatest successes of post-apartheid South Africa.[xi] The number of beneficiaries increased from 2,5 million in to 5,6 million in By , the social grants system delivered about 7,4 million grants; spending on social grants increased to over R40 billion in Certain issues that are being debated in psychology in a post-apartheid South Africa are discussed, namely the development of professional organizations, indigenous healing and psychology, the. South Africa’s post-apartheid higher education transformation. Except for a relatively quiet period in the early 20th century, South Africa’s higher education history has been a turbulent one, particularly so in the period of official apartheid from onwards.