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Tomorrow, 30 September is International Translation Day (ITD) and our Western Cape Provincial Office is today on the eve of ITD observing the day with Iziko South African Museum and City of Cape Town. Pictured are Dr Nomfundo Mali, Western Cape Senior Provincial Manager and Chief Language Practitioner, Mr Oliver Maasdorp are shining a spotlight on the role of PanSALB to champion the practice of translation. Department of Sport, Arts and Culture ... See MoreSee Less
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[ALASA CONFERENCE DAY 4]Our Senior Manager for Markering and Communications, Ms Ntombi Huluhulu protecting the reputation and image of PanSALB at the 24th African Language Association of Southern Africa. #ALASA2023Here she is promoting our constitutional mandate to foster multilingualism to a senior official of the Sudan’s People Liberation Movement. Department of Sport, Arts and Culture ... See MoreSee Less
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Super proud of our Western Cape Senior Provincial Manager, Dr Nomfundo Mali for engaging the media on the responsibilities of PanSALB to promote multilingualism and also share what we do to safeguard linguistic diversity.WE ARE PROUDLY SOUTH AFRICAN ❤️🫶🏾🔥🇿🇦🏆THANK YOU FOR AN AMAZING SHOW TODAY! 🏆🔥HI MI NAVELELA SIKU LERINENE🇿🇦❤️ ... See MoreSee Less
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Dr Sally Maepa, Gauteng Senior Provincial Manager, Ms Olga Blose, Chief Language Practitioner and Ms Mickey Moretsi are representing us at the 27th International Conference of the African Association Lexicography from 26-29 September at the University of Free State. ... See MoreSee Less
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One of the ways to develop and preserve indigenous African languages is by writing African literature in those languages. Our very own Eastern Cape Senior Provincial Manager, Dr Xolisa Tshongolo is testament to the fact that African literature must be written in African languages. Catch his interview this afternoon at 13:30 on SABC1- Mzansi Fo Sho as he discusses his research written in isiXhosa on “Izithuko nezinyeliso ziyinxalenye yoncwadi lweemveli neetlalo kantu”Department of Sport, Arts and Culture ... See MoreSee Less
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