South African braille

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South African braille is a written language. It is a form of braille. It is a way of putting bumps on paper so blind people can read words with their fingertips.[1]

Eleven languages are official in South Africa. Each of these languages is also written in Braille. English is written in Unified English Braille. The other languages use a basic Latin alaphabet, but they add diacritics. Punctuation is the same as in English braille.

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  1. "What Is Braille?". South African Braille Authority. Retrieved June 2, 2021.