Month: December 2019

PanSALB CALLS FOR A SOUTH AFRICA LANGUAGES ACT WITH PUNITIVE MEASURES

MENU PanSALB calls for a South African Languages Act with punitive measures On 17-18 January 2012, The Portfolio Committee on Arts and Culture held public hearings on the government’s proposed SA Languages Bill which have revealed that most participants agreed that the bill as it stood was inadequate. The Pan South African Language Board (PanSALB) …

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PanSALB CELEBRATES A THIRD SUCCESSIVE UNQUALIFIED AUDIT OPINION FOR AGSA

MENU PanSALB celebrates a third successive unqualified audit opinion from AGSA The Pan South African Language Board today welcomed its third successive unqualified audit opinion from the Auditor-General South Africa. Speaking from Pretoria, the Acting CEO of PanSALB, Mr Chris Swepu, thanked the Board for its support and his staff for their patience during trying …

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PanSALB CALLS FOR A SOUTH AFRICAN LANGUAGES ACT WITH PUNITIVE MEASURES

MENU PanSALB calls for a South African Languages Act with punitive measures On 17-18 January 2012, The Portfolio Committee on Arts and Culture held public hearings on the government’s proposed SA Languages Bill which have revealed that most participants agreed that the bill as it stood was inadequate. The Pan South African Language Board (PanSALB) …

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