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And this...'Fake interpreter' The national director of the Deaf Federation of South Africa sees it differently. He called Jantjie a "fake interpreter." "The deaf community is in outrage," said Bruno Druchen. "He is not known by the Deaf Community in South Africa nor by the South African Sign Language interpreters working in the field." The man showed no facial expressions, which are key in South African sign language, and his hand signals were meaningless, Druchen said. "It is a total mockery of the language," he added. The service to commemorate Mandela, who died last week at 95, was broadcast to millions of viewers.
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