DTV-Acne

Nyeleti’s Home Remedies – Acne

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

This week Nyeleti shares her solution for acne. #DeafTV

SASL-Socialising

South African Sign Language Lessons – Socialising

There are dozens of dating websites and dating apps, but how do you go about meeting people if you aren’t comfortable using them?

In this week’s South African Sign Language lesson, Karabo advises a young woman who wants to start socialising and meeting single people, but doesn’t want to use a dating website.

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Jabaar Mohamed

Jabaar Mohamed

DTV travels to the Western Cape to meet DeafSA Provincial Director, Jabaar Mohamed. Candice discusses what his position at DeafSA involves, and also his role as coordinator and monitor for the Kha Ri Gude literacy campaign, a project he became involved with before joining DeafSA.

Candice then joins Jabaar and his family for Sunday lunch, which is a big family affair, involving siblings, spouses, nieces, and nephews.

South African Sign Language Lessons

In this week’s South African Sign Language lesson, Karabo helps a young man with a difficult choice to make.

RC Car Racing

Candice Morgan meets with radio-controlled (RC) car racing enthusiasts in Pretoria. She learns the difference between the electric and fuel powered cars, and why fans of each prefer the one over the other. Finally, she meets with Antonio Caroli who reveals that South Africa will be hosting the RC Car Racing World Championships in 2018, in Welkom, with 36 countries expected to attend.

Nyeleti’s Home Remedies

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

This week Nyeleti shares her solution for sore and tired feet.

DTV Broadcast Times
This episode is broadcast on Saturday, 01 April 2017 at 11:00am (CAT). Only on SABC 2.
DTV-Blackheads

Nyeleti’s Home Remedies – Blackheads

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

This week Nyeleti shares her solution for blackheads. #DeafTV

SASL-Punctual

South African Sign Language Lessons – Punctual

There’s nothing old-fashioned about being punctual. Being on time is based on good manners, and shows respect, two concepts that will never go away, no matter how the world changes.

In this week’s South African Sign Language lesson, Karabo advises a young woman whose friend is never punctual, and who thinks being on time is old-fashioned.

DTV-Gemalto

Gemalto

Gemalto

DTV visited the South African offices of Gemalto, a global company specialising in digital security. The many security solutions Gemalto offer include the design and printing of bank cards, along with the printing of ID cards, travel documents, and driver’s licence cards.

Gemalto is very focused on having a workforce that represents the diversity of society, and their South African workforce includes five deaf individuals. Thabo Ntatlo meets with them, and discusses Gemalto’s diversity with the company’s HR manager, Lydia Siloka.

South African Sign Language Lessons

There are dozens of dating websites and dating apps, but how do you go about meeting people if you aren’t comfortable using them?

In this week’s South African Sign Language lesson, Karabo advises a young woman who wants to meet and socialise with single people, but doesn’t want to use a dating website.

Dominique Wolf

A problem many of us can relate to is knowing what to wear, and how to combine different clothing items – and colours – properly. Candice Morgan meets with a professional Style Coach, Dominique Wolf, to discuss this.

Dominique demonstrates how she first gets to know a client, including likes and dislikes, before she starts to put together outfits that best represent the client in different settings.

Nyeleti’s Home Remedies

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

This week Nyeleti shares her solution for acne.

DTV Broadcast Times
This episode is broadcast on Saturday, 25 March 2017 at 11:00am (CAT). Only on SABC 2.

DTV-Puffy-Eyes

Nyeleti’s Home Remedies – Puffy Eyes

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

This week Nyeleti shares her solution for puffy eyes. #DeafTV

SASL-Appreciation

South African Sign Language Lessons – Appreciation

Marketers have done a pretty good job of convincing us that the only proper way of showing appreciation, or thanking someone, is by giving them a gift. But this isn’t true. Giving thanks, or showing appreciation, can be done through simple gestures too, even something as ordinary as a handwritten note can sometimes say more than elaborate and expensive gifts.

In this week’s South African Sign Language lesson, Karabo advises a young woman that showing someone that you appreciate them doesn’t depend on you being able to buy them an expensive gift.

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DeafNET 10th Anniversary

DeafNET 10th Anniversary

The 4th DeafNET Africa Conference closed off with a gala event celebrating the 10th anniversary of the organisation. In between showcasing the night’s entertainment, Candice speaks with Al Smit, the founder of DeafNET. Al speaks about the insights gained from the latest conference, based on DeafNET’s own observations, and feedback from the delegates, as he looks ahead to the next conference.

South African Sign Language Lessons

There’s nothing old-fashioned about being punctual. Being on time is based on good manners, and shows respect, two concepts that will never go away, no matter how the world changes.

In this week’s South African Sign Language lesson, Karabo advises a young woman whose friend is never punctual, and who thinks being on time is old-fashioned.

Wheelchair Basketball Championships

Candice Morgan attended the wheelchair basketball championships recently to learn more about the sport and how it differs from traditional basketball. She quickly learns that, aside from the use of wheelchairs, there isn’t much difference, with the same rules applying, even if they’ve been adapted slightly.

Candice speaks with various players to find out when they became involved in the sport, and what drives inspires them. She also speaks to Willie Mulder, the coach, about the challenges facing South Africa’s National team, the AmaWheela Boys.

Nyeleti’s Home Remedies

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

This week Nyeleti shares her solution for blackheads.

DTV Broadcast Times
This episode is broadcast on Saturday, 18 March 2017 at 11:00am (CAT). Only on SABC 2.
DTV-Hiccups

Nyeleti’s Home Remedies – Hiccups

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

This week Nyeleti shares home remedies for hiccups. #DeafTV