Since the end of the apartheid era in South Africa, ‘‘internationalization’’ of higher education has been a popular theme as the country takes its place as a regional leader in education and research in sub-Saharan Africa. However, competing discourses of internationalization have produced economic and moral dilemmas rather than the realization of philanthropic academic aims. The process of internationalizing higher education in South Africa has been greatly compromised by under-funding and overcrowding of post-secondary education institutions in the country.
International Review of Education Vol. 53, Issue 3, p. 265-281