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The latest Connect
DON'T MISS THE THE DEMOLITION OF THE BASTION OF THE DEAF IN CAPE TOWN. SEE WHAT NEW PLANS HAVE BEEN PUT IN PLACE.
We give deaf business owners an opportunity to network with successful local business people.
We see more of the interpreter graduation and find out about the involvement of North-West University.
Also, Dtv gets a surprise visitor from Germany!
We take a look at DeafSA's interpreter graduation, including the first graduation of deaf interpreters and level two interpreters.
The WFD is traveling to Deaf schools to raise awareness of the WFD Congress happening this year.
Lorraine takes a look at some of Renee's brilliant paintings.
We hear from Oticon about an innovation to improve deaf and hard of hearing telephone communication.
Ntombi Mokoena takes us on a tour of the SANDA offices.
Dtv broadcast is on at 08h00 on SATURDAY this week!
Don't miss it!
We meet some of the deaf golfers from Team SA who participated in the 2010 World Deaf Golf Championships in Scotland. They tell us about their achievements and how they handled the Scottish weather (brrr) !
We meet a hard of hearing man who has made a name for himself in the publishing world. Candice Morgan and her son, Mornray, take a look at this man's exciting new children's book!
We send Bibi off to take a look at some of the country's top deaf netball players who competed at a tournament in Johannesburg.