Debunking De-colonization

The Fees Must Fall movement brought about a resurgence in decolonial discourse. But what does it mean? The panel unpacks the shortcomings of decolonization being defined purely in terms of external circumstances without giving adequate attention to internalized colonization along with the failures of the current education system and why navigating within a capitalist framework might be limiting. And where progress is concerned, why is the western model, in spite of the very visible cracks, still considered relevant? Does capitalism cease to be dysfunctional due to African adoption? And lastly, what does a decolonized Africa looks like in a practical sense?