5 Sep Tiriso ya puo ya Setswana kwa dikolong tse dikgolwane le Prof Shole Shole

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All higher education institutions should participate in facilitating and promoting the goal of the National Language Policy to develop all South African languages in such a manner that they can be used in all high status functions, especially as formal academic languages at higher education level. In the same way that English and Afrikaans are used as formal academic languages at higher education institutions, every official language of South Africa should be developed towards that position. Research confirms the view that students perform better if they are supported in their mother tongue.
Recent research further suggests that some students who choose to study in English to improve their global competitive edge, make use of study guides and resources written in their mother tongue when they get stuck with difficult concepts in a distance learning environment.
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