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Who we are

The Language Business Unit (LBU) is a unit which is constituted in terms section 7 of the Use of Official languages Act, no. 12 of 2012. Its purpose is to provide good language management within the FSCA and ensure inclusivity and protection of financial services consumers through language services.

What we do

We advise the Executive Officer (EO) on the development, adoption and implementation of the FSCA’s language policy in order to fulfil the mandate provided for by the Use of Official Languages Act;

We are responsible for the designing and implementation of the FSCA’s language policy and strategy;

We monitor and assess the use of official languages by the FSCA;

We monitor and assess compliance with the policy by the different FSCA departments and units;

We promote parity of esteem and equitable treatment of the official languages of the Republic within the FSCA;

We facilitate equitable access to the services and information of the FSCA by the public through translation, interpreting, editing and terminology development;

We offer South African Sign Language (SASL) interpreting for internal employees and consumer education sessions;

We facilitate the outsourcing of services like translation and interpreting, into official languages according to the needs of the financial services consumers;

We compile and submit reports to the Minister of Arts and Culture and to the Pan South African Language Board (PanSALB) in terms of section 9 of the use of Official Languages Act, as prescribed by section 9 of the Use of Official Language ACT.

  
  
collapse Category : Language Acts ‎(2)
South African Language Practitioners' Council Act, 2014 (Act No. 8 of 2014).pdfSouth African Language Practitioners' Council Act, 2014 (Act No. 8 of 2014)
The Use of Official Languages Act, 2012 (no 12 of 2012).pdfThe Use of Official Languages Act, 2012 (no 12 of 2012)