Cape Town – Afrikaans language and cultural exclusion, toxic culture of residences, intimidation, bullying, mistreatment of staff, and middle management resistance to transformation, were some of the findings in the report into racism at Stellenbosch University (SU).
SU rector and vice-chancellor Professor Wim de Villiers received the independent report on findings of the Khampepe Commission of Inquiry, led by retired judge, Sisi Khampepe.
The inquiry formally commenced on June 13 was prompted by two incidents of alleged racism in May – one in which white student Theuns du Toit urinated on the belongings of black student Babalo Ndwayana.
A call for submissions attracted a mere 22…
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