The Freedom of Expression Institute has
raised it concerns at what its labels as growing incidents of blatant
censorship within South African tertiary education institutions.
This as several incidents of racism have
been reported in the University of KwaZulu Natal. The FXI says it supports and encourages
freedom of expression in all spheres.
FXI Executive Director Phenyo Butale said we
believe that opinions of students and their ability to express themselves
freely form a critical part in the academic process.
Butale said it also forms a critical point
in insuring that you have active citizens of tomorrow who take active participation
in the running of their country.
Labels: FXI concerned about levels of racism and censorship at KZN University