The Minister of Tertiary Education, Research, Science and Technology, Douglas Letsholathebe, has made a drastic u-turn to a controversial statement he made in parliament calling on government to introduce indigenous knowledge and witchcraft (boloi) in the school curriculum. The minister said, “Ha go tla ko dikolong, yes, curriculum ya rona mo dikolong tsa rona re […]
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