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Tito Mboweni Says Afrikaans Should Continue Being Used At the University of Pretoria

South African finance minister Tito Mboweni disagrees with the University of Pretoria's move to phase out Afrikaans as a medium of instruction and communication. Did he go off the mark?

Tito Mboweni Says Afrikaans Should Continue Being Used At the University of Pretoria
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