Linguistic diversity in South Africa: will a historically divisive factor become a hallmark for transformation?

Abstract : A look at successive language policies in South Africa to explain the stalemate that caracterized the transition period, in spite of the 11 languages clause in the Constitution, and the changes that seem to be in the making since 2003.
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Michel Lafon. Linguistic diversity in South Africa: will a historically divisive factor become a hallmark for transformation?. 2006. ⟨halshs-00120396⟩

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