African language experts set up committees to explore sharing resources and mentoring new academics

Published On: 18 May 2021|

The COVID-19 pandemic exposed several systemic forms of inequality in the higher education system. It is essential that Universities South Africa (USAf), the representative body of the 26 public universities, create a platform to ensure critical engagement that translates to meaningful outcomes in advancing the sector’s interest. This was the message that Dr Linda Meyer, Director: Operations and Sector Support for Universities South Africa (USAf), delivered at the start of USAf’s Community of Practice for African Languages (CoPAL)’s first meeting for 2021 in March.

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