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No nomination will be considered unless all of the above is included.

For more information on the process and requirements, please visit the PanSALB website at www.pansalb.org or alternatively contact:

Ms Joyce Ngcobo Tel: (012) 341 9638 Fax: (012) 341 5938 Email: ngcoboj@pansalb.org

Nominations should be forwarded to: The Chief Executive Officer Attention: Language Division, Pan South African Language Board
By email: nominations-nlbs@pansalb.org By mail to: Private Bag X08, Arcadia, 0007
Hand delivery to: 5th Floor, Provisus Building, 523 Stanza Bopape Street Arcadia, 0083

Closing date: 23 February 2024

Please note that faxed nominations will not be accepted.

English-NLB call for nomination Gazette

NLB Nomination Form

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