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|Beyond #FeesMustFall: International students, fees and everyday agency in the era of decolonisation||Raghurama, P; Breinesa, RM; Gunterb, A||2020|
|ICT policy implementation in higher education institutions in Namibia: A survey of students’ perceptions||Woyo, E; Rukanda, GD; Nyamanda, Z||2020|
|Nexus between participating in cross-national learning assessments and educational policy reforms: case study of Kenya, Tanzania and South Africa||Mulongo, G; Amod, Z||2019|
|The tale of academic practice in a rising knowledge society: focus on a university in South Africa||Ndibuuza, F; Langa, P||2019|
|##Feesmustfall and beyond: Towards a sustainable national student loan regulatory framework||Jacobs, L; Moolman, AM; de Beer, E||2019|