Language equality in post-apartheid South Africa

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College students demonstrate for language equality in Pretoria, South Africa. Students are currently taught in Afrikaans, the language of apartheid-era oppression. This is an example of how language can be used to signify either oppression or equality.

Posted by Jasmine E. Thompson on March 7, 2016

Politics and Policy;
South African English

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