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We salute the youth of 1976 for their bold stand against injustice and oppression. We should always remember and acknowledge their sacrifices in the struggle against linguistic discrimination. #YouthDay #youthday2024 #48thCommemorationDepartment of Sport, Arts and Culture National Youth Development Agency ... See MoreSee Less
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Gelukkige Vadersdag!Ons beste wense aan al die wonderlike Pa's daar buite wat die steunpilare vir hul families is. Ons is dankbaar vir jul buitengewone vaderskap en vir die waardevolle invloed wat julle het op die mense vir wie julle so baie om#afrikaanska#fathersdayrsDayDepartment of Sport, Arts and Culture ... See MoreSee Less
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Our warm wishes to all the amazing dads out there who serve as pillars of strength to their families. We thank you for being an extraordinary father and for the valuable influence you have on the people you care about. Happy Father’s Day! ... See MoreSee Less
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Today, our CEO Mr Lance Schultz and Executive Head of Languages Mr Julius Dantile met with representatives from Universities South Africa. The purpose of the meeting was to share ideas on the promotion of multilingualism in higher education and also to explore opportunities for collaboration in the near future. Department of Sport, Arts and Culture ... See MoreSee Less
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The month of June presents us with the opportunity to reflect on the importance of a decolonised education, which the student activists of 1976 fought for. Their actions led to an inclusive language policy post-democracy. In recognising the significance of a decolonised education, PanSALB has collaborated closely with the Department of Basic Education to ensure the successful implementation of Mother Tongue-based Bilingual Education (MTbBE) Starting next year, MTtBE will be expanded to include Grade 4-7 learners, who will learn Maths, Science and Technology in their mother tongue. This signifies a shared commitment to advancing linguistic diversity in education. Department of Sport, Arts and Culture#YouthMonth #48thCommemoration ... See MoreSee Less
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