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[HAPPENING NOW] PanSALB Senior Management participating in a revenue generation workshop being held at the Department of Sport, Arts and Culture. This workshop is aimed at brainstorming multiple streams of income to support the strategic plan. ... See MoreSee Less
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What barriers do speakers of Indigenous Peoples' languages face in digital domains? How do we overcome these barriers? Join us in understanding the dependencies shaping the survival of #IndigenousLanguages, how to build a foundation to bridge the digital divide and establish favorable conditions for #DigitalEmpowerment, and the role of youth in enhancing the functional usage of Indigenous languages in the digital sphere. Places are limited! Register here: www.unesco.org/en/articles/survival-indigenous-peoples-languages-how-bridge-digital-divide UNESCO Canadian Commission for UNESCO / Commission canadienne pour l'UNESCO Regjeringen (Norge)#IDIL #UNPFII ... See MoreSee Less
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Chief Language Practitioners from the Gauteng Office today participated in Curro Rivonia's career expo where they educated senior learners on studying to become and working as a language practionDepartment of Sport, Arts and Culturelture ... See MoreSee Less
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[Road to Democracy: Know your struggle stalwarts]We quizzed our interns about their knowledge freedom fighters and democracy in question. “Which freedom fighter graduated at Fort Hare University, with a major in isiXhosa and English”. Watch the video for reactions 😂🔥#FreedomMonth2024 #Freedom30Department of Sport, Arts and Culture ... See MoreSee Less
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