This book maps the contours of student discontent a year after the start of the #FeesMustFall revolt. Student voices dissect coloniality, improper compromises by the founders of democratic South Africa, feminism, worker rights and meaningful education. In-depth assessments by prominent scholars reflect on the complexities of student activism, its impact on national and university governance, and offer provocative analyses of the power of the revolt.
Fees Must Fall – Student Revolt, Decolonisation And Governance In South Africa
#FeesMustFall, the student revolt that began in October 2015, was an uprising against lack of access to, and financial exclusion from, higher education in South Africa. More broadly, it radically questioned the socio-political dispensation resulting from the 1994 social pact between big business, the ruling elite and the liberation movement.
Sorry, supplier out of stock!
|Date of publication||
Wits University Press
Susan Booysen is Professor at the Wits School of Governance. She is the author of Dominance and Decline: The ANC in the Time of Zuma (Wits University Press: 2015), The African National Congress and the Regeneration of Political Power (Wits University Press: 2011)
Only logged in customers who have purchased this product may leave a review.
Politics & Social Sciences