This morning we ate breakfast with the supervisors for the group from the University of Witwatersrand. Then we picked up the students (about 30) from the Kruger Adventure Park lodge across the street and head to Xanthia. The students at the University of Witwatersrand are in a four year post high school dual audiology and speech language pathology program. Our team split up and worked with the Witwatersrand during the day at either the primary schools, preschools, or Xanthia clinic. Hearing screenings were administered at the primary and preschools. At the Xanthia clinic individuals from the community, who had heard by word of mouth and through radio announcements about the hearing clinic, came to have their hearing checked. Approximately 50 people were tested with a full diagnostic work up completed diagnostic testing and about 15 people were fit with hearing. Our team can’t thank Hamilton (the community worker) for the use of his clinic and help organizing, Lezani (general manager of Oticon South Africa) for the hearing aid donations and materials to make earmolds, and Thabo (the director of an NGO in Soweto, and Nelly (a librarian from Soweto) who helped translate for us.