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Excellence in Special Needs Teaching
Excellence in Special Needs Teaching
Teaching learners tangible skills that they can use to face the real life challenges they encounter every day is the most important legacy Hannelie...
Deaf pupils cheer sign of the times
Deaf pupils cheer sign of the times
It was nine years ago that a deaf teenager from Durban took the national and provincial health departments to court, asking for an order that would...
[Video]Giving deaf babies the gift of language
[Video]Giving deaf babies the gift of language
Amy Green speaks to Carla Zille, a deaf mentor at Hi Hopes, about the importance of early intervention for the development of language in children.
Schools deaf, blind to pupils' needs
Schools deaf, blind to pupils' needs
Well over half a million children with disabilities do not attend schools geared for their needs. But for many who are in such schools, it is not the...
Deaf staff get Balalaika hotel cooking
Deaf staff get Balalaika hotel cooking
The area around the Balalaika hotel in Johannesburg's bustling commercial capital of Sandton is so built up that no street parking is available....
Mandela memorial interpreter: SA's meaningless gestures
Mandela memorial interpreter: SA's meaningless gestures
The government on Thursday partially apologised to deaf people for the botched sign language at Nelson Mandela's state memorial service on...
'Fake interpreter' at Mandela memorial enrages deaf community
'Fake interpreter' at Mandela memorial enrages deaf community
The sign language interpreter who stood next to the podium and interpreted what heads of states, religious leaders and other celebrated figures had...

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