aTwenty-twenty hindsighta means perfect understanding of events only after they have happened. In his book, Mosiuoa Sekese looks back on his life in the old and new South Africa and gives his own perceptive interpretation of the past events. Sekese suffered discrimination and prejudice under the old apartheid government as well as the new, democratic regime. His story is highly personal, but provides the reader with unique insights into the social and educational challenges that South Africa continues to grapple with. aI had a quick read and I fi nd the content heartbreaking but fascinating. Especially as a white South African you are drawing me into a world that I always knew existed, but which few people have the guts and conviction to paint into words.a a Louise Heystek-Emerton: CEO Wordwise/Khuluma AwethuRecently, the Accounting subject statement has also been contested. ... being addressed through the introduction of the Curriculum Assessment Policy Statements (CAPS) as from 2012. Another ... It has therefore been named the National Curriculum Statement Grades 10-12 (Schools) and it is commonly referred to as NCS.
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