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Deaf Federation of South Africa (DEAFSA)20 Napier Road, Richmond, Johannesburg Private Bag/X04, Westhoven 2142 Voice: +27 11 482 1610Fax: +27 11 726 5873 Mobile: +27 82 333 email@example.com https://www.sanda.org.za/ Description: Promotes deaf education, the development of South African Sign Language and South African sign language interpreters, provincial development, and early intervention. [info confirmed w/org Oct09]
National Institute for the Deaf De la Bat Road 30 PO Box 941 Worcester 6849 South Africa Phone: +27 (0)23 342 5555 Fax : +27 (0)23 342 8866SMS/Text Msg: +27 (0) 82 820 firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com http://www.deafnet.co.za Description:Works to empower Deaf people to attain their full potential through basic education, training, welfare services, and spiritual care.[info confirmed w/org and third party]
South African National Deaf Association (SANDA)Phone: +27 11 331 6390Fax: +27 11 331 6390 SMS/Text Msg: +27 82 572 firstname.lastname@example.org://www.sanda.org.za Description:SANDA’s mission is to serve as an innovative, responsive and dynamic developmental Deaf organization that consistently ensures the protection and promotion of the rights, needs and concerns of Deaf people in South Africa.[Info confirmed w/org Nov 09]
For local-level organizations, consult the province that interests you: Eastern Cape | Freestate | Gauteng | Kwazulu-Natal | Limpopo | Mpumalanga | Nothern Cape | North West | Western Cape |
Deafblind South AfricaMr. André van Deventer, National Director Ms. M. Els, Social Worker Suite 2, Medical Centre, Fairbairn St, Worcester, 6850 Suite 80, P O Box 3105, Worcester, 6849 Phone: 023 347 7542 Fax: 023 347 email@example.com@deafblindsa.co.za firstname.lastname@example.org Description:Promotes better services for Deafblind people including diagnosis, early intervention, education for Deafblind children in all provinces of South Africa, a lobbying forum for parents, and adult Deafblind role models for Deafblind children. [info confirmed w/org website & third party]
Gay & Lesbian Memory in Action (GALA)John Meletse or Nancy Castro-Leal (contacts for Deaf Projects) 705 University Corner, 11-17 Jorissen Street, Braamfontein PO Box 31719, Braamfontein, 2017 Phone: 011 717 4239 Cell Phone: +27 71 145 0548 Fax: 011 717 email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.gala.co.za Description:Documents the lives and histories of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and intersex (LGBTI) South Africans to promote their pride, challenge homophobia, and entrench the rights of LGBTI people. Serves hearing LGBTI people and also has oral history and outreach projects focusing on sexual rights and HIV for the Deaf LGBTI .
Miss Deaf SA PageantKiss Me Quick no 6, 826 Delia Road, Dorandia X10, 0182 South Africa Fax: 012 529 0197 SMS/Text Msg: 082 370 1848 (Reaches Narda Els) SMSText Msg: 082 416 9898 (Reaches organizer G. Els) email@example.com@yahoo.com[info confirmed w/third party]
DTV TV ProgramMrs L Van Niekerk, Producer PO Box 5820, Cresta,2118 45 End Street, Linden Ext, 2125 South Africa Phone: 011 782 3364/2952 SMS/Text Msg: 082 343 6321Fax: 011 782 firstname.lastname@example.org[info confirmed w/third party]
NID ProductionMr D Ebersohn (contact) PO Box 941, Worcester,6849 South Africa Phone:023 342 4092Fax: 023 347 email@example.com[info confirmed w/third party]
Universe TheatreDale Holmes (contact person) 67 Derby Road, Wetton, 7780 Phone: 021 762 4707Fax: 021 762 firstname.lastname@example.orgDescription:Located in Western Cape, South Africa. [info confirmed w/third party]
Visual Images Productions Mr. P. Human (contact) PO Box 3560, Cresta, 2118 Kenton Place 13, Lewisham Street, Blackheath, Randburg South Africa Phone: 082 779 0292 (reaches Mr. P. Human) Phone/Fax: 011 476 email@example.com[info confirmed w/third party]
Gauteng Deaf Football AssociationMr T Mokoena, Chairperson PO Box 31814, Braamfontein, 2017 Fax: 011 339 6897[info confirmed w/third party]
North West Deaf Sports Mr P Moabelo (Contact person) PO Box 1502, Rustenburg, 0300 Fax: 018 386 2141[info confirmed w/third party]
SA Deaf School Sports Federation Mr. MM Pillay, President PO Box 374, Leeudoringstad, 2640 Phone: 018 581 3480Fax: 018 581 2171Description:Located in North West South Africa. [info confirmed w/third party]
South African Deaf Sports Federation Albie Louw, Chairperson PO Box 21109, Parow 7499 Fax: 021 939 3682 firstname.lastname@example.org[info confirmed w/third party]
Western Cape Deaf Sport FederationPertus Burger (contact person) 18 De Wet Rd, Goodwood, 7460 Phone: 083 387 6491Fax: 021 591 email@example.com[info confirmed w/third party]
Kommunika, University of PTA Department of Communication Pathology Lynnwood Rd, Brooklyn, PTA, 0002 Phone: 012 420 2357Fax: 012 420 3517 Brenda.firstname.lastname@example.org[info confirmed w/third party]
The University of FreestateDr P Akach (contact) Dep. Of Afro-Asiatic, Sign Language & Language Practice Theology Bldg, Room 101, Nelson Mandela Drive, Bloemfontein PO Box 339 (IB 37), Bloemfontein, 9300 Phone: 051 401 2615Fax: 051 401 email@example.com[info confirmed w/third party]
Unit For Students With Disabilities University of the Free State Ronel Ceronio (contact person) Phone: 051 401 3713 Fax: 051 401 9187 [info confirmed w/third party]
The University of the Witwatersrand: The Center for Deaf Studies Dr Claudine Storbeck, Coordinator Private Bag 3, Wits, 2050 Phone: 011 717 1000 Fax: 01 1 717 firstname.lastname@example.orgDescription:Offers a deaf baby and early intervention program, conducts research, and provides research, education workshops, family intervention services, and short courses in South African Sign Language (SASL). [info confirmed w/third party]
The University of the Witwatersrand: Deaf Education UnitMr Lucas Magongwa, Coordinatorlucas.email@example.com .zaDescription:Teacher training at ACE & B.ED hons level for all teachers of the Deaf and inclusive teachers with an interest in specializing within Deafness.[info confirmed w/third party]
The University Of The Witwatersrand: SA Sign Language DepartmentNaomi Janse Van Vuuren, Lecturer Helen Morgans, Head of Department SASL & Deaf Culture Department School of Literature & Language Studies Private Bag 3, Wits, 2050 Phone/Fax: 011 717 4216 (reaches Helen Morgans) Phone:011 717 4252 (reaches Janse Van Vuuren) Fax:011 717 4216 (reaches Janse Van Vuuren) firstname.lastname@example.org (reaches Helen Morgans) email@example.com (reaches Janse Van Vuuren) Description:3-year undergraduate courses in SASL including development of signing skills, an understanding of the Deaf community of South Africa, language policy and education, linguistics of SASL, variation in SASL and SASL poetry and discourse. [info confirmed w/third party]
For local-level schools (preschool to grade 12), please consult the province that interests you: Eastern Cape | Freestate | Gauteng | Kwazulu-Natal | Limpopo | Mpumalanga | Nothern Cape | North West | Western Cape |
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