Decolonisation and renewed racism : a challenge and opportunity for reconciliation?

Thesnaar, Christoffel H. (2017)

CITATION: Thesnaar, C. H. 2017. Decolonisation and renewed racism : a challenge and opportunity for reconciliation?. HTS Teologiese Studies, 73(3):1-8, doi:10.4102/hts.v73i3.3838

The original publication is available at http://www.hts.org.za

Publication of this article was funded by the Stellenbosch University Open Access Fund.

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the university campuses across South Africa have recently been challenged by significantstudent protests concerning issues such as the abolishment of study fees, aspects ofdecolonisation and language policies, to name but a few. This contribution will briefly reflecton these challenges by engaging with the narrative of decolonisation. An area of particularfocus is whether reconciliation is still relevant within the current South African context, giventhe nature of the issues driving the university protests. This contribution will attempt toprovide some recommendation for public theologians to engage with these challenges in aresponsible way in their endeavour to be advocates for sustainable peace and reconciliation.

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