The pursuit of decolonising and transforming curriculum in higher education


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Author Biography

M.W. Lumadi, University of South Africa

Department of Curriculum and Instructional Studies


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How to Cite
Lumadi, M.W. 2021. “The Pursuit of Decolonising and Transforming Curriculum in Higher Education”. South African Journal of Higher Education 35 (1), 1-3.
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