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Updated 29 February 2016

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EXCLUSIVE: Cape baby is one of the youngest in the world to get life-changing surgery

Little Neave Barrett is the youngest baby in SA and one of the youngest in the world - at just three and a half months old - to get cochlear implants to give her the gift of hearing

The 'Cocktail Party Phenomenon' - how to hear in noisy environments

If you dread going to social events because you struggle to hear with all the background noise, you are probably experiencing the 'Cocktail Party Phenomenon'.

Must-watch: Deaf-blind lawyer uses technology to type to Obama

Haben Girma was the first deaf-blind student to graduate from Harvard Law School. Today the Eritrean-American fights for better education for deaf-blind people worldwide.


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