Rhodes joins project to boost use of African languages in education

Overseas universities also part of project aimed at ‘restoration of dignity for indigenous tongues’

The use of African languages as a medium of instruction in higher education institutions in the Eastern Cape and countrywide took a giant step forward this week when Rhodes University joined a consortium of national and international universities in the Baqonde project...

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