Three years ago, the historically Afrikaans University of Stellenbosch implemented a new language policy that in effect elevated the status of English in an effort to open its doors to black students who were not fluent in Afrikaans.

Tuition in Afrikaans would still be provided, but within the practical and financial constraints facing the university...

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