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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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We are excited about the announcement of the new publishing hub for 2024/25. If you are interested in supporting languages in writing, publishing and judging, do not miss out on this opportunity to be part of the project. ... See MoreSee Less
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PanSALB has experienced a significant loss with the passing of an esteemed language activist and Nama expert, Mr. Willem Damarah. His contributions to the promotion of the Nama language have been invaluable. He served as the inaugural Chairperson of the Khoe and San National Language Body and played a pivotal role in the development of Nama spelling and orthography rules. We extend our heartfelt condolences to his family, friends and colleagues.May his soul rest in peace!🤍🕊️ ... See MoreSee Less
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Please join us online for the memorial service to celebrate the life of our former Board member Dr Rasana today at 15:00. Join Zoom Meetingmandela.zoom.us/j/96099974740Meeting ID: 960 9997 4740 ... See MoreSee Less
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[30 YEARS OF FREEDOM - It’s Your Democracy, Own It]As we approach the upcoming voting day on Wednesday, 29 May, it is important to remember the necessary documents required to vote. 1) Green bar-coded ID book; 2) Smart ID card; or3) Valid temporary IDImportant to note that you will only be able to cast your vote at the voting station where you are officially registered. Electoral Commission of South Africa (IEC)Department of Sport, Arts and Culture ... See MoreSee Less
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