The first Tactile Book competition entry is in!
SALB CEO elected to serve on the IFLA Board
A contractor for the SALB building renovations and extensions has been appointed
Message from the CEO in support of Africa Month
The South African Library for the Blind's radio show THE BLIND VOICE is back on air from this Saturday 24 April 2021.
Training was conducted by Mr. Deenadaylan Moodley, from Pretoria. He is a South African Training Facilitator for the Daisy Consortium based in the UK.
'Create a Tactile Illustrated Book' COMPETITION
SALB and Typhlo and Tactus form partnership
The department of Sport, Recreation, Arts and Culture in the Eastern Cape in partnership with the South African Library for the Blind (SALB) launched audio book studios in the Mdantsane Public Library on the 19th of March 2021
Our CEO Mandla Ntombela is currently attending the Standing Conference of Eastern, Central and South African Library and information Association (SCECSAL) Countries in Namibia. SCECSAL is a regional forum for library and information associations in Africa.
Join millions around the world as we celebrate the power of reading aloud with the twelfth annual World Read Aloud Day.
Feeling lonely during the pandemic? Here's what you can do...
Louis Braille was born on 4 January 1809 in Coupvray, a little town outside of Paris. At the age of three he played in his father, a harness maker’s workshop and suffered an injury to his eye and was blinded as a result of the infection that spread to both eyes. Louis Braille was educated at the Institution Royale des Jeunes Aveugles, during a time when braille had not been developed. Despite this, Louis Braille received a good education, developed his musical talents and later, became a much-loved teacher and went on to devise a reading and writing system for the blind which would be used worldwide and become available in many languages of the world, including Japanese, Russian and Greek.
The South African Library for the Blind has achieved a clean audit for the 2019/2020 Financial Year