Their world has been silent, but deaf teachers will be heard

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Their world has been silent, but deaf teachers will be heard

As SA’s four million deaf continue to face challenges, a new programme hopes to finally bridge the gap

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For years, Setumo Makapo felt out of place.

Born without hearing, not only has his world been quiet, but accessing education as a deaf South African has been his biggest struggle.

“Having no facilities or access to interpreters makes the deaf feel very bad. It seems like success is only for hearing people,” he said...

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