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The University of Johannesburg (UJ) merger is typical of the transformation in South African Higher Education. This merger does not conform to the "norm", as it is ideologically motivated and thus the ideal base to study individual experiences of large scale change. Following a qualitative, grounded theory approach, 40 academic employees from UJ were interviewed. Findings indicate that academic staff relay their experiences and perceptions of the merger in three discernable time frames, eachdoi:10.4102/sajbm.v43i1.172 fatcat:4ainedpmjbeevottnvoujlm7ne