Month: May 2022

PanSALB WELCOMES APPROVAL OF THE PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT BILL FOR SOUTH AFRICAN SIGN LANGUAGE TO BECOME AN OFFICIAL LANGUAGE

PRESS RELEASE  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE     26 MAY 2022, PRETORIA PanSALB WELCOMES APPROVAL OF THE PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT BILL FOR SOUTH AFRICAN SIGN LANGUAGE TO BECOME AN OFFICIAL LANGUAGE The Pan South African Language Board (PanSALB) warmly welcomes Cabinet’s approval of the publication of the Eighteenth Constitutional Amendment Bill for public comments to declare South …

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PANSALB ANNOUNCES MULTILINGUALISM AWARDS NOMINEES

PRESS RELEASE  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE     25 MAY 2022, PRETORIA PANSALB ANNOUNCES MULTILINGUALISM AWARDS NOMINEES   The Pan South African Language Board (PanSALB) has, today announced the nominees for the PanSALB Multilingualism Awards. The multilingualism awards are bestowed by the Board on individuals/organisations who have excelled in the promotion, protection and preservation of all official …

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San-en Khoitale

“I owe my being to the Khoi and San…who were the first to lose their lives in the struggle to defend our freedom and independence…” In beautiful, poetic style former pres. Thabo Mbeki rendered his “I am an African” speech in Parliament on 8 May 1996 at the adoption of our new, democratic constitution. But …

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