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|Theorising institutional change: post-1994 South African higher education||Badat, Saleem||2009|
|How Women in higher education negotiate work and home: a study of selected women at a university in South Africa||Bhana, Deevia; Pillay, Venitha||2013|
|Translating equitable access into retention and success in African higher education: the role and responsibility of individual institutions||Essack, Sabiha||2013|
|Revisiting the efficacy of constructivism in mathematics education||Ndlovu, Mdutshekelwa||2013|
|Multi-institutional partnerships for higher education in Africa: a case study of assumptions of international academic collaboration||Ladislaus, M. Semali; Rose, Baker; Rob, Freer||2013|