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SASL – 12th Official Language of SA? We hope so!

27 Sep

We live in a country where our constitution recognises 11 official languages, and the fact that we have so many official languages poses a major challenge to businesses and brands operating in and around South Africa. There are a few questions that these businesses and brands need to ask themselves: 1. Should we adopt a common language approach, whereby all

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If at First You Don’t Succeed

27 Jun

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

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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The tool to assist businesses in communicating with the Deaf – breaking down the traditional communication barrier.

12 Apr

eDeaf was recently profiled in an article titled South African business making all the difference! Deaf solutions for a hearing world and we received a number of queries all asking a similar question: “But how will we be able to communicate with the Deaf staff member?” The good news is there is a solution – a South African Sign Language

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eDeaf, a business of empowering social change.

12 Apr

Anglican bishop, philosopher, and writer, George Berkeley was most well-known for posing the question: “If a tree falls in the forest and no one hears it, does it make a sound?” He used this question as a foundation for the theory that it is our perception creates our reality. The Deaf community of South Africa is arguably one of the

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