The South African Association for Language Teaching (SAALT), a non-profit organisation (178-756 NPO), was founded in 1966 as the South African Language Study Group. Since then its membership has increased to such an extent that the Association has become representative of a large number of people involved in language and language teaching. The most important objective of the Association is to serve language practitioners at all levels and in all spheres with an information and networking forum concerning issues in language teaching, e.g. new trends and developments, syllabi, publications and activities related to the profession.
The Association is not restricted to any specific language and emphasis is placed on both the theoretical, and applied/practical issues of language teaching.
SALALS/SAALT Joint Conference postponed, due to COVID-19
The new date is now 27-30 June 2021. Read more ...
Submissions for JLT no. 2 of 2020 now open
Submissions for the second issue of 2020 has opened on 1 August 2020. Find all relevant information on the Journal for Language Teaching page.
World English: an interesting article by Brenda Spencer
‘Between phutu and samoosas’: Student response to assessment tasks for a thirdyear university course which adopts a World English approach." Check this and other articles from the Journal for Language Teaching , Volume 53, no. 1.
Did you know? SAALT membership is free! Go to our Membership page to join online. Current members are requested to update your personal details here.