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|Institutionalization, perspectives, challenges, and pedagogical dimmensions of the English language in the education systems of former British Colonies in Africa: the case of Uganda, Kenya, and Zimbabwe.
||Masembe, C. S.
|Academic writing as social practice: a critical discourse analysis of student writing in higher education in Tanzania.
||Mohamed, Hashim Issa
|Looking beyond educational indicators: an analysis of differences in learner results of a standardised English language comprehension test administered in Katima Mulilo and Rundu educational regions of Namibia.
||Makuwa, Demus Kaumba
|Developing academic writing at the National University of Rwanda: a case study of first year economics and management
|Global student migration patterns reflect and strengthen the hegemony of English as a global lingua franca: A case study of Chinese students at three tertiary institutions in Cape Town in the period 2002-2004.
||Pandit, Goolam Hoosain
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