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7 Things You Should Know About Sign Language

27 Sep
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1. Sign languages differ from country to country Just like people in different countries speak different languages, sign languages also vary from country to country. This is because sign language naturally developed as Deaf people were interacting with one another. 2. Simple gestures can develop into a complete language Previously isolated students at a school for the Deaf in Nicaragua

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Nazreen Bhana Nominated for BBQ Award

29 Aug
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We are thrilled to be attending the BBQ (Black Business Quarterly) Awards Ceremony later this year. This is an event that essentially searches for the most outstanding black businesses and leaders to honour them for their extraordinary achievements in job creation, fair labour practices, interest in their employees’ careers and overall management skills. We are even more thrilled to announce

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Meet Natalie

01 Aug
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Natalie Adonis is nothing short of an inspiration. She started as a student at eDeaf and was quickly noticed for her work ethic, attention to detail, and most importantly, her ability to help others. Take a look at her wonderful journey here:

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If at First You Don’t Succeed

27 Jun
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I’ve always wanted to run the Comrades Marathon.  My father, who is 81 years old, completed his 40th Park Run last year and my stubborn determination definitely comes from him. We are certainly not a family of natural runners, my father has always said “One day I will run Comrades” but now has severe osteoporosis, and my mother – who

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Wicket News for Gauteng Deaf Cricket Team

27 Jun
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South Africans Crashes out of Icc Champions Trophy – Perhaps a Few of Our Own Staff Could Have Been Reinforcements? South Africa’s national cricket team, the Proteas, were illuminated from the ICC Champions Trophy after a heavy defeat to India by 8 wickets with 12 overs to spare. The fact that both teams needed to win the Pool B clash

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