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Chef Simamkele

Chef Simamkele, a young trainee at the HTA School of Culinary Art, is back this week to show us how to prepare another meal for four people, for R120.

Chef Simamkele starts by listing the ingredients, before showing you how to prepare the meal step-by-step.

South African Sign Language Lessons

In this week’s South African Sign Language lesson, Karabo offers some advice to a young entrepreneur.

Eagle Encounters

Candice Morgan visits Eagle Encounters, a rehabilitation centre for birds of prey. The handlers at Eagle Encounters take in injured birds, help them heal, and where possible, release them back into the wild.

Eagle Encounters is open to the public, and the handlers take time to share some valuable information on the different birds they handle, while also giving Candice an opportunity to see some of the birds up close. Very close.

Tips for Motorists

In our new series, Candice Morgan gets some valuable tips for motorists from Layton Beard at the AA.

Layton shares some important travel advice to keep you and your passengers safe.

DTV Broadcast Times
This episode is broadcast on Saturday, 21 October 2017 at 11:00am (CAT). Only on SABC 2.
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Chef Simamkele

Chef Simamkele

Two weeks ago DTV featured an insert on the HTA School of Culinary Art, and this week Chef Simamkele, a young trainee at the school, shows us how to prepare a two course meal for four people, for R120.

Chef Simamkele starts by listing the ingredients for each course, before showing you how to prepare the meal step-by-step.

South African Sign Language Lessons

In this week’s South African Sign Language lesson, Karabo talks to a young woman about workplace discrimination.

Fiona Kruger

Candice Morgan meets Fiona Kruger, also known as the Duchess of Fitness. Fiona was very skinny as a child, and despite her incredible fitness and physique as an adult, she never participated in any sport at school.

Fiona talks to Candice about her transformation, and also shares details about another passion of hers.

Tips for Motorists

In our new series, Candice Morgan gets some valuable tips for motorists from Layton Beard at the AA.

Layton continues talking about travel essentials that all motorists should have.

DTV Broadcast Times
This episode is broadcast on Saturday, 14 October 2017 at 11:00am (CAT). Only on SABC 2.
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The Venter Family Follow-Up

The Venter Family Follow-Up

In June 2016, DTV introduced viewers to the Venter family, blind parents to two children who are deaf. That insert focused on the difficulties the family had in communicating, along with their efforts to raise funds for Cochlear implants that would help make communication a little bit easier.

In this weeks episode Candice Morgan joins Johan, Tanya, Corban, and Samantha at the Zuid Afrikaans Hospital in Pretoria, as Corban and Samantha prepare for the Cochlear implants. Candice talks to the family, along with the surgeon, Dr Izeboud, the manager of the Foundation for Hearing Loss, Erika Basson, and Lorenzo Davids, CEO of Community Chest. They, along with Cathrine Holtzhausen, made the surgery possible.

Please note: This episode does not include a South African Sign Language lesson.

DTV Broadcast Times
This episode is broadcast on Saturday, 07 October 2017 at 11:00am (CAT). Only on SABC 2.
DTV-HTA School of Culinary Art

HTA School of Culinary Art

HTA School of Culinary Art

Candice Morgan visits the HTA School of Culinary Art in Johannesburg, where she meets Simamkele Twani. Simamkele is in his final year of training, and on graduation he will be a qualified chef. Candice also meets with the president of the SA Chefs Association, Stephen Billingham, about the programmes they offer to aspiring chefs.

South African Sign Language Lessons

In this week’s South African Sign Language lesson, Karabo teaches a young man how to make a basic salad.

Liz Ferett

Candice Morgan meets with Liz Ferett, a woman also known as the fragrance queen. Liz talks about her love of fragrances, before talking about the different types of fragrance, and how to go about finding a new fragrance for yourself.

Tips for Motorists

In our new series, Candice Morgan gets some valuable tips for motorists from Layton Beard at the AA.

Layton continues talking about travel essentials that all motorists should have.

DTV Broadcast Times
This episode is broadcast on Saturday, 30 September 2017 at 11:00am (CAT). Only on SABC 2.
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Jabulile Ngwenya

Jabulile Ngwenya

While in Cape Town, Candice Morgan met up with Jabulile Ngwenya, the head of public relations for African Agency Newswire. Jabulile has always had a passion for communication, and landing this role wasn’t only a natural progression for her career wise, it also gave her the opportunity to move to Cape Town.

Jabulile talks about her responsibilities as head of PR, before some of her colleagues talk to Candice about her work ethic and skill at delivering great copy.

South African Sign Language Lessons

In this week’s South African Sign Language lesson, Karabo talks to a young woman about a first-aid kit.

Portchie

A little under an hour outside of Cape Town is Stellenbosch, home to prolific artist Portchie. Portchie’s path to art was by way of an education in economics and transport economics, followed by a job at Spoornet. Portchie’s first large exhibition was with 100 paintings, which he sold in one night. He has gone on to sell more than 16,000 paintings since 1994.

Tips for Motorists

In our new series, Candice Morgan gets some valuable tips for motorists from Layton Beard at the AA.

Layton continues talking about travel essentials that all motorists should have.

DTV Broadcast Times
This episode is broadcast on Saturday, 23 September 2017 at 11:00am (CAT). Only on SABC 2.
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Heritage Day

Heritage Day

Ahead of Heritage Day, Candice Morgan travelled to the Pilanesberg National Park to learn more about South Africa’s natural heritage. Field ecologist, Steven Dell explains to Candice what she can expect to see, but reminds her to pay attention to plants and the landscape too, not just the animals. Later she is joined by Mary-Jane Masisi, a ranger who takes her on an immersive drive through the park, sharing with her many interesting facts about the animals they encounter.

South African Sign Language Lessons

In this week’s South African Sign Language lesson, Karabo talks to a young woman about birthday gift ideas.

Deaf Hands at Work

From the Pilanesberg to Cape Town. Candice’s next guests are the Deaf Hands at Work team in Cape Town, who are eager to share with Candice details of all they have been up to since her last visit.

Tips for Motorists

In our new series, Candice Morgan gets some valuable tips for motorists from Layton Beard at the AA.

Layton continues talking about travel essentials that all motorists should have.

DTV Broadcast Times
This episode is broadcast on Saturday, 16 September 2017 at 11:00am (CAT). Only on SABC 2.
DTV-SLED

SLED

SLED

Candice Morgan visits the SLED offices in Cape Town and Johannesburg. SLED Director, Cara Loening explains a little about the history and vision of the organisation, along with some of the projects they are involved in. SLED creates their own materials for use in education, so Candice also meets with the materials developer, Kirsty Maclons.

Later Candice meets with some of SLED’s facilitators, including Abram Moyaha who also contributes some of the artwork used in SLED materials.

South African Sign Language Lessons

In this week’s South African Sign Language lesson, Karabo talks to a young woman who wants a weather prediction from Karabo.

Tips for Motorists

In our new series, Candice Morgan gets some valuable tips for motorists from Layton Beard at the AA.

Layton continues talking about travel essentials that all motorists should have.

DTV Broadcast Times
This episode is broadcast on Saturday, 09 September 2017 at 11:00am (CAT). Only on SABC 2.
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Simphiwe Mkhize

Simphiwe Mkhize

Candice Morgan meets eDeaf SASL Facilitator, Simphiwe Mkhize. Long-time viewers might recognise her from the early seasons of DTV, but now Simphiwe is helping prepare Deaf students for a working environment. For her, being a role model means inspiring people to accept their identities as deaf people.

South African Sign Language Lessons

In this week’s South African Sign Language lesson, Karabo talks to a young man about how to approach his girlfriend about wearing too much make-up.

Sandra Pretorius

Sandra Pretorius meets with Candice Morgan to talk about the importance of children eating a nutritional meal at school. Sandra then shares some ideas of healthy and economical lunches busy parents can pack for their school children

Tips for Motorists

In our new series, Candice Morgan gets some valuable tips for motorists from Layton Beard at the AA.

Layton continues talking about travel essentials that all motorists should have.

DTV Broadcast Times
This episode is broadcast on Saturday, 02 September 2017 at 11:00am (CAT). Only on SABC 2.
DTV-NID Sign Superstars

NID Sign Superstars

NID Sign Superstars!

Earlier this year the National Institute for the Deaf hosted the very first Gala Event of NID Sign Superstars!

The National Institute for the Deaf (NID)’s department for Integrated Support Services (ISS) launched this exciting, nationwide competition in September 2016. The aim of the competition is to promote South African Sign Language – to show its diversity, its vibrancy and its beauty.

A panel of experts compiled a Top 50, and then the public voted to narrow this down to five finalists, who all presented their entry live at the Gala Event. And DTV was there to capture all the excitement, including the announcement of the winners.

Please note: there is no South African Sign Language lesson in this episode.

DTV Broadcast Times
This episode is broadcast on Saturday, 26 August 2017 at 11:00am (CAT). Only on SABC 2.
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Princess Sibanda

Princess Sibanda

Candice Morgan is at the UJ campus to meet Princess Sibanda, a young student who isn’t slowed down by her Muscular Dystrophy. During her school years, Princess always had the support and assistance of her family, and thought that at UJ things would be more difficult without them around. But her own determination, and the assistance of the UJ disability unit, has seen her become an inspiration to other students.

South African Sign Language Lessons

In this week’s South African Sign Language lesson, Karabo talks to a young man about what he can do to save petrol.

Rikalize Reinecke

From UJ, Candice travels to Pretoria to meet Rikalize Reinecke, a young entrepreneur with her own fish farm. But Rikalize isn’t satisfied with only farming fish, and she has recently branched out into aquaponics. And she does all of this while still attending school.

Tips for Motorists

In our new series, Candice Morgan gets some valuable tips for motorists from Layton Beard at the AA.

Layton continues talking about travel essentials that all motorists should have.

DTV Broadcast Times
This episode is broadcast on Saturday, 19 August 2017 at 11:00am (CAT). Only on SABC 2.