Talk:Pan South African Language Board
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ZyXoas, you've discussed these changes before in many articles and the consensus was that you were using the incorrect spelling. Please don't buck the consensus.
We can hardly accept "Sesotho sa Leboa" as the correct English for "Northern Sotho". Wiki is in English, not Sotho!
Other language articles use the accepted English words, so why are you trying to create a problem where there should not be?
There is a rule called the 3RR (3 Revert Rule) rule - as I have explained to you before. Please make yourself aware of it before you get blocked. Thanks 188.8.131.52 19:08, 24 April 2007 (UTC) DawnTreader
The constitutional status of South African Sign Language
The section of the SA constitution that establishes the PanSALB does not specifically mention SASL. It actually uses the phrase "sign language" in the generic sense. The lack of upper case initials is sikgnificant. Roger (talk) 14:20, 19 March 2008 (UTC)