What is Sign Language?
Sign languages are languages that use the visual-manual modality to convey meaning, instead of spoken words.
Where Can I Study Sign Language In South Africa?
South African Sign Language – Wits University.
How long does it take to learn South African Sign Language?
The course comprises 6 modules, covered over 5 days.
The course is an NQF Level 4 (6 credits) and is targeted at individuals who would like to learn South African Sign Language.
Which sign language is used in South Africa?
South African Sign Language (SASL) is a minority language used by more than 600,000 people in South Africa.
SASL would enable you to communicate with a Deaf person and provide you with the ability to communicate and therefor render a professional service to the Deaf without the use of an interpreter.