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Nyeleti’s Home Remedies – Asthma Relief

Nyeleti continues to share her simple home remedies for a variety of ailments.

This week Nyeleti has some remedies to help treat asthma, while also noting that they do not replace the need for professional medical advice and medicine. #DeafTV

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South African Sign Language Lessons – Hidden Costs

Many big purchases, such as a car, come with many additional costs we don’t always think about, so it helps to discuss these purchases with someone beforehand – someone who will remind you of these additional costs. Hidden costs can range from insurance, through to maintenance, fuel and a host of other unexpected expenses.

In this week’s South African Sign Language lesson, Karabo reminds a young man of the hidden costs in owning a car.

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SASL March

PLEASE NOTE: As per the SABC, this week’s episode will be broadcast at 11:30am, instead of 11am.

SASL March

DeafSA led several marches promoting the recognition of SASL as the 12th official language of South Africa during 2016. The DTV team joined supporters during one of these marches to learn more about the campaign for SASL to be recognised as an official language, and what it would mean to deaf individuals throughout South Africa.

At the end of the march a memo was handed to a representative of the Presidential Office, which is just one of many stages in the process of getting SASL recognised.

South African Sign Language Lessons

All relationships are prone to troubled periods, indicated by a rise in tensions and arguments between those in the relationship. For the most part this is quite normal and healthy, but can become a problem if it remains unresolved and starts affecting other people

In this week’s South African Sign Language lesson, Karabo empathises with a young woman with argumentative parents.

PrimeObsession

Candice Morgan meets with Shelley Mokoena and Keneilwe Mothoa, the two uber-stylish ladies behind the PrimeObsession brand. Encouraged by friends, and even their lecturers, Shelley and Keneilwe started PrimeObsession as a way to share their knowledge of trends and fashion with other people, finding garments that are versatile, stylish and affordable.

In the process Candice herself gets a stylish makeover, while Shelley and Keneilwe also demonstrate how to put together an assortment of styles for almost any occasion.

Nyeleti’s Home Remedies

Nyeleti continues to share her simple home remedies for a variety of ailments.

This week Nyeleti has some ways to treat warts at home.

DTV Broadcast Times
This episode is broadcast on Saturday, 31 December 2016 at 11:30am (CAT). Only on SABC 2.
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Nyeleti’s Home Remedies – Joint Pain

Nyeleti continues to share her simple home remedies for a variety of ailments.

This week Nyeleti has some tips on how to treat joint pain more naturally. #DeafTV

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South African Sign Language Lessons – Shyness

Many people suffer from shyness and nervousness when meeting new people, but this natural reaction can be even worse when meeting the family of your boyfriend or girlfriend. Not only are you meeting new people, but people who play a pivotal in the life of your boyfriend or girlfriend, so you are not only worried about making a good first impression, you are also wondering whether or not they will like you.

In this week’s South African Sign Language lesson, Karabo offers some reassurance to a young woman nervous about meeting her boyfriend’s grandparents.

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Anna & Edward Gaika

Anna & Edward Gaika

Following her previous meeting with Jerry and Francina Nkopane, this week Candice Morgan meets with Anna and Edward Gaika. Anna and Edward have been married for 41-years, and still remember the moment they first met. Anna wasn’t interested in a relationship, but Edward was persistent until Anna eventually agreed to go on a date with him.

They talk about the secrets to a happy marriage, the joy of growing old together, and the family they created – three children, and six grandchildren.

South African Sign Language Lessons

Many big purchases, such as a car, come with many additional costs we don’t always think about, so it helps to discuss these purchases with someone beforehand – someone who will remind you of these additional costs.

In this week’s South African Sign Language lesson, Karabo reminds a young man of the hidden costs in owning a car.

Kelly Grevler

Candice Morgan travels to the Maboneng District in Johannesburg to meet Kelly Grevler. Kelly is a musician who is also passionate about sharing her knowledge of music with others. One of Kelly’s projects is Sidewalk Sessions, free guitar lessons for children she presents every Sunday in Maboneng, something she has been doing for 4-years already.

Kelly also discusses the challenges facing musicians in South Africa, and how having a “back-up plan” often results in mediocre musicians who inadvertently set themselves up for failure. For Kelly it is all about being passionate, hard work and patience.

Nyeleti’s Home Remedies

Nyeleti continues to share her simple home remedies for a variety of ailments.

This week Nyeleti has some remedies to help treat asthma, while also noting that they do not replace the need for professional medical advice and medicine.

DTV Broadcast Times
This episode is broadcast on Saturday, 24 December 2016 at 11:00am (CAT). Only on SABC 2.
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Nyeleti’s Home Remedies – Nausea

Nyeleti continues to share her simple home remedies for a variety of ailments.

This week Nyeleti has some tips on how to treat nausea. #DeafTV

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South African Sign Language Lessons – Ill-Discipline

Every parent has their own preferred method of raising their children: some enforce discipline, while others allow their children to explore the world around them with little enforcement of rules and discipline. Ultimately it is up to the parents to decide what they will and will not allow, although this can become a problem when the children damage other people’s property.

In this week’s South African Sign Language lesson, Karabo shares some advice with a young man whose friends have ill-disciplined children.

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I Love Coffee

I Love Coffee

Candice Morgan visits the team at I Love Coffee, a Cape Town coffee shop employing Deaf baristas. Gary Hopkins, the co-owner, decided to open the coffee shop after meeting with DeafSA and learning of the challenges faced by the Deaf community.

The coffee shop does not only employ Deaf baristas, but also involved the Deaf community in the construction, with bricks from NID, and a counter crafted by a Deaf carpenter.

Sadly, Thembelihle was recently assaulted and robbed, and the DTV team wish him a speedy recovery.

South African Sign Language Lessons

Many people suffer from shyness and nervousness when meeting new people, but this natural reaction can be even worse when meeting the family of your boyfriend or girlfriend.

In this week’s South African Sign Language lesson, Karabo offers some reassurance to a young woman nervous about meeting her boyfriend’s grandparents..

Ntombenhle Khathwane

Candice Morgan meets Ntombenhle Khathwane, owner and founder of AfroBotanics, a local company specialising in ethnic hair care products.

Ntombenhle wanted to start her own business – in part – as a way to contribute to job creation, and her decision to start with hair care products was inspired by her grandmother, who always had soft hair. She talks about the challenges an entrepreneur will face, and the three qualities that define a successful entrepreneur.

Nyeleti’s Home Remedies

Nyeleti continues to share her simple home remedies for a variety of ailments.

This week Nyeleti has some tips on how to treat joint pain more naturally.

DTV Broadcast Times
This episode is broadcast on Saturday, 17 December 2016 at 11:00am (CAT). Only on SABC 2.
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Kereese Kuppan

Kereese Kuppan

Thabo Ntatlo meets Kereese Kuppan, a young photographer with her own business. Kereese fell in love with photography at a young age, but gradually shifted from being in front of the camera, to being the one taking the photographs.

Kereese talks about the difficulty in finding employment, especially as a deaf individual, and how her photography business has grown as a result.

South African Sign Language Lessons

Every parent has their own preferred method of raising their children: some enforce discipline, while others allow their children to explore the world around them with little enforcement of rules and discipline. Ultimately it is up to the parents to decide what they will and will not allow, although this can become a problem when the children damage other people’s property.

In this week’s South African Sign Language lesson, Karabo shares some advice with a young man whose friend’s have ill-disciplined children.

Laduma Ngxokolo

Candice Morgan travels to Newtown, Johannesburg to meet Laduma Ngxokolo, the man behind MaXhosa. Laduma recently came to the attention of the fashion industry with his incredible knitwear designs, which are bold, colourful and draw on local culture and beadwork for inspiration.

Laduma’s late mother introduced him to knitting in his teens, and he pursued his interest by later studying textile design. In addition to being inspired by local culture, Laduma also tries to always use South African mohair and wool in his creations, ensuring his designs are firmly rooted in his birth country.

Nyeleti’s Home Remedies

Nyeleti continues to share her simple home remedies for a variety of ailments.

This week Nyeleti has some tips on how to treat nausea.

DTV Broadcast Times
This episode is broadcast on Saturday, 10 December 2016 at 11:00am (CAT). Only on SABC 2.