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The So Creative Summit 2024 hosted at Victoria Yards, JHB. Themed “Emergence” is aimed sparking new ideas from cultural makers and creative thinkers across Africa and the world – May 2024.
Ashraf Johaadien Jacobs, CEO of BASA: Giving a keynote address at the So Creative Summit 2024.
The pioneers of YWAM Deaf World Discipleship Training School (DTS) in SA.
YWAM Worcester (pronounced “WHY-wham) is a ministry of YWAM International, a global movement of Christians from many cultures, age groups, and Christian traditions, dedicated to sharing the Gospel to Africa and the world – February 2024.
For the first time in February 2024, Deaf World DTS (Discipleship Training School) is being introduced in South Africa using SASL! This groundbreaking initiative is aimed at ensuring accessible Bible teaching within the Worcester Christian Deaf community and beyond.
TEDxPretoria, a locally organised TEDx event, hosted its event on 4th December 2023 called ‘A Beautiful Chaos’. This groundbreaking collaboration with a SASL interpreter was aimed at creating inclusive platforms and promoting accessible conversations for all to enjoy.

UNISA’s Chancellors Calabash Awards 2023, hosted at the Sandton Convention Centre, 17th November 2023.
The 11th Annual New Generation Social and Digital Media Awards 2023 were hosted in Sandton, 27th September 2023. For the first time, the ceremony was live streamed with SASL interpreters.
A cover-page feature on Lioness Weekender Magazine, Lionesses of Africa.
In conversation with Babalwa G from Tru FM, #TruExperience about the importance of creating accessible platforms using SASL interpreting and the opportunities available within the professional industry. Enjoy the full conversation here. Read transcript here.
In conversation with Birgitta Wasserfall of Impact Radio 103 about SASL as a 12th official language and opportunities for interpreters in SA.
.https://iono.fm/e/1338536
A historical moment for South Africa as SASL becomes the 12th official language. Pretoria, 19 July 2023.
Yamou Sosseh & Rebecca Drammeh from The National Black Theatre of Sweden. Pan African Creative Exchange (PACE), July 2023.

Yamou Sosseh & Rebecca Drammeh from The National Black Theatre in Sweden, Pan African Creative Exchange (PACE) hosted in Bloemfontein, July 2023.

The African Women Awards in Ethiopia, March 2023.

The Mandela Washington Fellowship Alumni Symposium, March 2023.

In conversation with Nhlanhla Shame about ‘Hearing Loss and Communication’
https://omny.fm/shows/power-lunch/hearing-loss-and-communication
Unisa Research & Innovation Awards 2023. #Unisa150
In conversation with Daily Thetha about Sign Language Interpreters

Lira performs at Riky Rick’s Memorial Tribute Celebration, March 2022.

Conversation with Odette van der Haar on Business Beat, The Morning Show SA.
From Left: Stephen Paxton; Thuli Zikalala, Gareth Cliff, Greg Cohen. New Gen Silver Award 2021.

https://thenewnormal.co.za/south-african-podcast-interpreter

https://www.timeslive.co.za/tshisa-live/tshisa-live/2021-09-06-sipho-hotstix-mabuse-talks-legacy–imparting-his-wisdom-to-the-youth/

https://www.lionessesofafrica.com/blog/2021/10/3/thuli-zikalala-and-yellow-owl-win-recognition-at-the-new-generation-digital-awards

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