We celebrated Blind Awareness Month and Africa Month in Ezibeleni, Queenstown, with our members 18 May 2022.
Lethabo Dikgale, the Limpopo Coordinator conducted training at Babirwa MiniLibrary on 21 April 2022 in celebration of World Book and Copyright day.
Bongile Matini from SALB took part in a door to door reading campaign as part of the World Book Day initiative in the Northern Cape.
As part of the World book and Copyright day celebrations SALB donated braille books to the Retlameleng Special School in Kimberley.
As a build up of World Book and Copyright Day celebrations a creative writer's workshop in Northern Cape is taking place today, a collaboration between Northern Cape Department of Sport Arts and Culture, National Library of South Africa and SALB.
The South African Library for the Blind, has started rolling out the Envoy Connect players to our members.
Our Mpumalanga Coordinator Ms Shobi Mudaka recently organized an event at Klarinet Library to commemorate World Book.
The 191st Meeting of the Board of the South African Library for the Blind took place on Friday, 25th March 2022 at 09h00 in Port Elizabeth
It has come to our attention that the Postal Services is experiencing transport challenges and that is affecting the outgoing and incoming of books.
Yesterday as part of Human Rights Day the President, Cyril Ramaphosa, opened a new library in Koster, the library has a Mini- Library inside and SALB representative attended and explained the services and the type of devices that we have that are used by members.
SALB had a programme for school learners at Zamokuhle School for the Blind in Bizana
The South African Library for the Blind is celebrating Library Week with LIASA and the NLSA. 14 - 20 March 2022
Members now have access to Pressreader which offers access to thousands of titles
Mr Xolisa Yekani has officially been appointed as the Chairperson of the SALB Board, effective until September 2022.
Message from the CEO
Message from Acting Board Chairperson Xolisa Yekani
A Festive Season MESSAGE FROM THE CEO
Electricity supply will be cut off at the Library during Thursday the 4th and Friday the 5th of November to allow the contractor who is doing on-going renovations at SALB to move the genset and complete all the required electrical connections relating to these changes.
SALB is looking for people who are fluent in isiXhosa who can narrate books into audio for members at the Mdantsane studio in East London.