"If we understand better how to teach languages, we could enhance the academic experiences of
the majority of learners in South Africa, and abroad, substantially."
"Consensus review: The editor and members of the editorial board are established researchers and there is a good mix of local and international academics. Local board members are affiliated to a range of local institutions."
Other encouraging comments include: The articles are interesting, competent ... of a good standard"
The review was also positive about the international standing of the journal, but would like to see more contributions from the African Continent, articles by emergent scholars, and also articles in other South African Languages. The JLT has always been committed to multilingualism and this is indeed already evident. All recommendations will be taken seriously; we plan, moreover, to publish a comprehensive policy document, as suggested by the Committee.