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Title: A pervasive apartheid? An analysis of changing higher education in south africa and its relationship with the state
Authors: Netswera, Fulufhelo 
Mathabe, Neo 
Keywords: Apartheid;Higher Education;Higher Education in South Africa;South African government;British universities;Scottish universities
Issue Date: 2006
Publisher: Journal of Educational Administration and History
Abstract: This paper reviews briefly the relationship between the South African government and higher education. This relationship, which has shaped the landscape of higher education, is looked at on the premise that public institutions depend to a large extent on government for funding and other resources, and as such there has been constant influence and interference in higher education affairs. Whereas under colonial rule, the relationship mimicked that of the Scottish and British universities, the postcolonial relationships had their own characteristics, emulating government policies under apartheid and confirming therefore the establishment of two‐tier university systems. Like most African countries, South Africa is currently faced with an immense task to bring together economic, social and political stability. This requires proactive national policies to develop particular skills and therefore a focused intervention and delivery within and through the institutions of higher education.
URI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00220620600552425
http://hdl.handle.net/11189/6082
ISSN: 0022-0620
Appears in Collections:Edu - Journal Articles (not DHET subsidised)

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