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First profound deaf person with South African Sign Language as first language to graduate at UFS
2012-04-04

 

Natalie Jordaan and her parents.
Photo: Hannes Pieterse
4 April 2012

Natalie Jordaan is the first profound deaf person with South African Sign Language as first language of the Unit for Students with Disabilities to graduate a the UFS's graduation ceremony. She receive a B.Com. IT. degree this week. Natalie is an IT developer at Multichoice in Randburg. Seen with her, are her father and mother, Mr Hennie Jordaan and Mrs Trilby Jordaan, who are both working at the ABSA head office in Johannesburg. South African Sign Language is also their first language.

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