Pre-colonial Southern Africa: Khoisan, Bantu, and Indigenous Education [Part Two]

Education officially began in Europe during the First Industrial Revolution. Before the beginning of formal education which, in simple words, is an established and ordered education system, European families and societies depended on informal methods of education to communicate and transfer values, ideas, skills, and information to their children and young people. Similarly, in Southern... Continue Reading →

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