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  1. Ian McNee
    October 18, 2016

    “One of the RMF activists, Athabile Nonxuba, recently spelled out the decolonisation agenda: he complained that “the current (UCT) curriculum dehumanises black students.” “We study all these dead white men who presided over our oppression… Our own thinking as Africans has been undermined. We must have our own education from our own continent.”. This is what we repeatedly hear but what we don’t hear is how they think it can be achieved.

    Black Africans have no written history, other than that recorded in a colonial language. They have no mathmatics or sciences of their own nor language that can encompass these disciplines. Practically their whole way of life is now colonial based.

    Will someone please explain how decolonising is going to work in the real world?


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