International Awareness

To create international awareness of Real South African Sign Language


To provide South Africa's teachers, teaching assistants, students and interested people with a reference guide to authentic SASL


To unify SASL by NOT rejecting existing cultural, provincial or personal Sign Language


Official Language

Making SASL a 12th Official Language, thus being eligible for equal social and financial benefits from the Government was founded to preserve South African Sign Language and empower Deaf individuals to document and take control of their language.


An easy way to check if signs are authentic and still in use

Central Database

where members can upload/embed sign language videos


A place where Deaf members can vote on any sign they prefer to be unified