Education – university language policy – whether historically English/Afrikaans university’s decision to replace its dual-medium language policy with English-only policy infringed principle of legality and unlawful – held that the university failed to establish that it was not reasonably practicable to continue offering tuition in Afrikaans under s 29(2) of the Constitution – appeal upheld.
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AfriForum NPC v Chairperson of the Council of the University of South Africa and Others (765/2018)  ZASCA 79