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High-tech multimedia centre for special needs students opens at Vhembe TVET College
High-tech multimedia centre for special needs students opens at Vhembe TVET CollegeArticle

The MTN SA Foundation has launched a state-of-the-art multimedia centre for students with disabilities at Vhembe TVET in Makwarele Campus, Limpopo...

4 May 2021

SkillsTown SA, eDEAF partnership makes professional learning available to all
SkillsTown SA, eDEAF partnership makes professional learning available to allArticle

Professional learning platform SkillsTown South Africa has signed eDeaf as their first customer, forming a partnership that aims to break down the culture barriers between the hearing and Deaf community...

10 Feb 2021

Saint-Gobain showcases its skills development programme
Saint-Gobain showcases its skills development programmeArticle

The French Minister of Foreign and European Affairs Jean-Yves Le Drian recently visited Saint-Gobain South Africa's premises in Germiston where the company showcased its skills development programme...

8 Mar 2019

Sign language recognised as a home language
Sign language recognised as a home languageArticle

South African Sign Language (SASL) has officially been recognised as a home language in the curriculum as one of the examinable subjects for the National Senior Certificate...

5 Mar 2018

Aiding deaf learners through online maths assessments
Aiding deaf learners through online maths assessmentsArticle

Online maths assessments (OMAs) provide deaf and hard-of-hearing learners a fair chance to improve their understanding and marks...

4 Aug 2017

Hundreds of jobs for the deaf thanks to joint venture
Hundreds of jobs for the deaf thanks to joint ventureArticle

More than 400 deaf and hearing-impaired people nationwide have found an opportunity for gainful employment within the Shoprite Group, thanks to the retailer's Decade of the Deaf Project in partnership with Employ and Empower Deaf (eDeaf) over the past six years...

2 Oct 2015

Textbooks blow for blind pupils
Textbooks blow for blind pupilsArticle

A shortage of textbooks for blind pupils and lack of enough teachers for deaf pupils has been cited as one of the reasons for the low pass rate at a special needs school.

10 Jan 2014

Calls to make sign language official
Calls to make sign language officialArticle

The dream of people living with disabilities to have sign language added to South Africa's official language list might become a reality.

Gabi Khumalo 6 Dec 2012

FTH:K announces future plans, new artistic director
FTH:K announces future plans, new artistic directorArticle

Visual theatre company FTH:K heralds some changes as it rolls out plans for the next five years. The organisation, which this year celebrated its sixth birthday, is moving into the next phase of growth with a strong focus on its education programmes including the Artsbridge International Exchange.

5 Dec 2011

New FTH:K play for Cape TownArticle

Visual theatre company FTH:K will be bringing out a new work this year, OfficeBLOCK: ...business as usual..., which will be staged at the Intimate Theatre, Cape Town from 15-19 November 2011, prior to an American visit early next year.

9 Nov 2011

First class graduates retailer's deaf training programme
First class graduates retailer's deaf training programmeArticle

The Shoprite Group yesterday, 19 May 2009, announced the first graduation class of 38 deaf learners who have completed a four month Sales Skills Programme and who are now employed in Checkers stores in Gauteng.

20 May 2009

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