oa South African Journal of Higher Education - HIV social inclusivity and enablement in the HE curriculum : part 1 - editorial

Volume 30, Issue 4
  • ISSN : 1011-3487



Central to the student protests in 2015 was the question of the curriculum. The cry went out in many tense stand-offs around the country for the immediate decolonisation of the curriculum. The RhodesMustFall movement at the University of Cape Town demanded that the University should 'Implement a curriculum which critically centres Africa and the subaltern ... through addressing not only content but languages and methodologies of education and learning ...' (RhodesMust Fall 2015, 6). There is, the point needs emphasizing, much that should be said and written about with respect to what the curriculum in the South African university looks like in its full complexity and diversity, what interventions, changes, reforms and revisions have taken place over the last thirty years and, powerfully, how it is mediated and experienced.

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