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Bantu languages in education in South Africa: an overview. Ongekho akekho! - the absentee owner

Abstract : The limited role of African languages in education in South Africa is detrimental to any improvement of the system for the majority black learners
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Vic Webb, Michel Lafon, Philip Pare. Bantu languages in education in South Africa: an overview. Ongekho akekho! - the absentee owner. Language Learning Journal, 2010, 38 (3), pp.273-292. ⟨10.1080/09571730903208389⟩. ⟨halshs-00719060⟩

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