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SPEAK UP: Professor Edith Kirk, Dr Rakwena Monareng and Dr William Langeveldt. (Picture supplied)
SPEAK UP: Professor Edith Kirk, Dr Rakwena Monareng and Dr William Langeveldt. (Picture supplied)

Mmanaledi Mataboge-Mashetla

The Pan South African Language Board (PanSALB) will have to work much harder to get the priority attention of many government departments. And the board is planning to do just that.

PanSALB will take legal action against government departments that either turned down the board’s invitation to account for their use of African languages or ignored the communiqué from the Constitutionally created institution.

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