Where English can serve but not empower

In South Africa, English (as elsewhere in Africa) is becoming the de facto official language and the only language of teaching and learning. So why should South Africa defend and implement its multilingual language policy, and not give way to an English-only or English-mainly policy? Guardian Weekly, December 14, 2000. Read the whole article…

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