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A new year full of new projects and lots of competitions

The school is open to 23 learners from across the Western Cape who were part of the Foundation for Empowerment through Afrikaans’ (SBA) Future Project for four years. Fortunately, these young people were not sent empty-handed into an unknown world. During the school holidays in December, the learners attended a workshop for three days. The workshop was

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Celebrate Heritage Month with stories and proverbs: September 2021

SBA’s Cedarberg Stories at Clanwilliam Wildflower Festival The SBA’s stories project, led by SBA chair Dr Sandra Prinsloo, aims since 2015 to extract individuals’ stories from oblivion through visits to unique environments, thus complementing and preserving our country’s language and cultural heritage. To this end, a recording team visited the Cederberg area and captured the stories of the

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Reading pleasure that educates, enriches and entertains: August 2021

By placing the roots of Afrikaans in all its forms in the limelight, the SBA strives to recognize the full spectrum of speakers and to expand language heritage in this way. This past month, this mission was our focus during International Indigenous People’s Day with our recently released book on the Strandlopers of the Cape Peninsula: The

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