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We are currently looking to hire a Chief Language Practitioner who specialises in Sesotho to join our team at the Free State provincial office.Closing date is 8 March 2024. For additional information, please click here www.pansalb.org/clp-sesotho-10-2024/ Department of Sport, Arts and Culture ... See MoreSee Less
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OPEN INVITATION: MULTILINGUALISM AWARDSYou are invited to join us for the prestigious PanSALB Multilingualism Awards on 29 February 2024 at the Durban ICC International, in the beautiful province of KwaZulu-Natal. This event promises to be a celebration of linguistic diversity as we honour individuals and organisations who have made significant contributions to the promotion of multilingualism in South Africa. Reserve your space and RSVP NOW: forms.office.com/r/rVtDDFhcz2 See you there !🎉🎊💃🏽🔥🔥🕺🏽🖤Department of Sport, Arts and Culture ... See MoreSee Less
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The PanSALB Mpumalanga Provincial Office partnered with the Mpumalanga Provincial Department of Sport, Recreation, Arts and Culture today held a celebration for International Mother Tongue Day in Witbank. In addition to the celebration, an award ceremony was held to honour the top language achievers in the province. The awards were given in two categories: - Best Performing School in Languages - Best Performing Learner in Languages#InternationalMotherLanguageDayDepartment of Sport, Arts and Culture ... See MoreSee Less
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Are you ready to join us in celebrating the winners of the multilingualism awards on 29 February 2024? Introducing Convo ZA, a finalist in Technology and Business. This telecommunications company focuses on bridging the communication gap between the Deaf and hearing communities. #sasl#southafricansignlanguage#multilingualismawardsDepartment of Sport, Arts and Culture ... See MoreSee Less
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HAPPY AFRICAN LANGUAGES WEEK🖤Today is not just International Mother Language Day, but it also marks the beginning of African Languages Week, which is celebrated from 21-28 February under the theme "empowering African languages for education and free trade for the Africa we want”. ǂAnts a Afrikab lgôa ǃkhūts hâ ǃkhaisa? Afrikab ge ǂgui !haraga gowaga ūhâ.Khâi îts sa gowaba !khoa re.Sa gowab ge a sa ǂnisasi.Sa gowaba lnam re. !Gâi!gâxa Afrikab Gowaku Wekheb. #KhoeandSanDepartment of Sport, Arts and Culture ... See MoreSee Less
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