DTV-Princess-Sibanda

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.
DTV-Isaac Monchwe

Isaac Monchwe

Isaac Monchwe

Candice Morgan meets up with Isaac Monchwe, cameraman, director, and editor at Shush Productions. Isaac talks about his childhood, and the influences and values he was exposed to. Candice also has the opportunity to meet Isaac’s family, his wife, Isabel, and their daughter, Bella.

South African Sign Language Lessons

In this week’s South African Sign Language lesson, Karabo talks to a young woman about dealing with a hairdresser’s mistake.

CHOC

Candice Morgan meets with Linda Moore, Regional Manager of CHOC. CHOC (Childhood Cancer Foundation South Africa) was established in 1976, and Candice learns more about the history, and all that the foundation has achieved since then. Later, Candice meets Richard Laskey, a man who has raised R28-million for CHOC, but isn’t close to being done raising funds.

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, 12 August 2017 at 11:00am (CAT). Only on SABC 2.
DTV-Felicia-Hinsbeeck

Felicia Hinsbeeck

Felicia Hinsbeeck

Candice Morgan catches up with Felicia Hinsbeeck, who is no longer a design student but a design graduate. Candice doesn’t only learn what Felicia has been up to since DTV last met with her, she also gets to see what Felicia has designed for Candice for the next Zwakala event. Watch through to the end to get a glimpse of the outfit, which isn’t fully complete yet.

South African Sign Language Lessons

In this week’s South African Sign Language lesson, Karabo talks to a young man about allergies.

Enos Mafokate

Atiyah Asmal visits the Soweto Equestrian Centre to meet founder, Enos Mafokate. Enos first started the Soweto Riding Club in 1988 because he was concerned with how he saw horses being treated in Soweto. The aim wasn’t only to start caring for horses in Soweto, but also to give local children an opportunity to train to become competitive horse riders. This is something that Enos is quite familiar with, being an international riding champion himself.

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, 05 August 2017 at 11:00am (CAT). Only on SABC 2.
DTV-IT-Training-Project

IT Training Project

IT Training Project

Candice Morgan visits Edenvale to learn more about an innovative IT Training Project. The project is co-sponsored by Ericsson, the National Institute for the Deaf, the Deaf Empowerment Firm, and the National Centre for Persons with Disabilities. Upon completion, all participants will have an NQF Level 3 qualification, enabling them to enter into computer related employment fields.

South African Sign Language Lessons

In this week’s South African Sign Language lesson, Karabo talks to a young woman who was the victim of a bag snatch.

Kgomotso Pooe

Candice Morgan meets Kgomotso Pooe, a successful young entrepreneur from Soweto, who is working to draw more tourists to the area. The business offers a variety of activities in Soweto, from paint-balling, through to tours of Soweto on the back of a quad bike. Kgomotso’s business has been so successful that he is now expanding into other cities around South Africa.

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, 29 July 2017 at 11:00am (CAT). Only on SABC 2.
DTV-SABC Organisational Development Department

SABC Organizational Development Department

SABC Organizational Development Department

Candice Morgan visits the SABC Organizational Development Department to learn more about the opportunities they provide for people with disabilities. Speaking to some employees, Candice learns about the Disability 360 project, and how it has changed the way in which disability related content is produced by the SABC and all related media channels within the organization.

South African Sign Language Lessons

In this week’s South African Sign Language lesson, Karabo talks to a young woman trying to get to know an introvert better.

Sello Modiga

Candice Morgan is in Orange Farm to meet Sello Modiga and his dancers. Sello is the founder of the Real Pantsula group, and he gives Candice a brief explanation of what Pantsula is. He goes on to explain the reason for forming the group, and for specifically choosing Orange Farm. But although the group is based in Orange Farm, this isn’t the only place they perform.

Tips for Motorists

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

Layton continues sharing fuel saving tips.

DTV Broadcast Times
This episode is broadcast on Saturday, 22 July 2017 at 11:00am (CAT). Only on SABC 2.
DTV-Nyeleti Nkwinika

Nyeleti Nkwinika

Nyeleti Nkwinika

Candice Morgan is at the Wits graduation ceremony to meet with Nyeleti Nkwinika. DTV viewers will already be familiar with Nyeleti and the tips she occasionally shares, but for the last few years she has also been working on her masters degree.

Nyeleti recently graduated, becoming for the first student to present her masters dissertation in South African Sign Language.

South African Sign Language Lessons

In this week’s South African Sign Language lesson, Karabo talks to a young man about losing weight.

Tips for Motorists

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

Layton shares more about travel essentials.

DTV Broadcast Times
This episode is broadcast on Saturday, 15 July 2017 at 11:00am (CAT). Only on SABC 2.
DTV-Razaq-Fakir

Razaq Fakir

Razaq Fakir

Candice Morgan is at the Wits Language School to meet the SASL Course Co-ordinator, Razaq Fakir. Razaq grew up in Malawi, and became deaf at the age of eight. He talks to Candice about the challenges of school, and how he ended up moving to South Africa, something that was initially meant to only be temporary. He goes on to talk about the challenges in Deaf research, and what he would like to see change.

South African Sign Language Lessons

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

Khulumani Siabolyo

While visiting the Free State earlier, Candice Morgan decided to try her hand at an extreme challenge: abseiling. Khulumani doesn’t only explain abseiling to Candice, he straps her into the required safety gear, and makes her experience it for herself. Although there aren’t many locations you can visit for training, once you have been professionally trained, you aren’t too limited with where you can go abseiling.

Tips for Motorists

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

Layton continues sharing fuel saving tips.

DTV Broadcast Times
This episode is broadcast on Saturday, 08 July 2017 at 11:00am (CAT). Only on SABC 2.
DTV-Handicapped Scuba Association

Handicapped Scuba Association

Handicapped Scuba Association

The DTV travels to Brits with Shaun-Lee Jones to learn more about the Handicapped Scuba Association (HSASA). Melissa Leonard, the HSASA Director, explains the purpose of HSASA, and how it impacts the lives of people with disabilities. The benefits of scuba diving for people with disabilities is not only mental, but also physical, allowing them to exercise their muscles.

South African Sign Language Lessons

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

David Sling

Candice Morgan travels to Newtown in Johannesburg to meet two young entrepreneurs. Mxolisi Khumalo and Sifiso Mashaba are the two men behind the vibrant David Sling lifestyle brand.

Tips for Motorists

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

Layton now shares information on essential items all motorists should travel with.

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

Shaun-Lee Jones

Shaun-Lee Jones

Candice Morgan visits Shaun-Lee Jones and his family. Longtime viewers of DTV will remember Shaun-Lee from DTVs popular series Rex’s Club. Shaun-Lee talks to Candice about his family, and his new career working in the coal mining industry.

Candice then spends time speaking to Shaun-Lee’s wife, Trudie, about how they met, and how being a husband and father has changed him. She also meets with some of his oldest friends, who share their own stories about Shaun-Lee.

PLEASE NOTE: This special episode of DTV does not include a South African Sign Language lesson.

DTV Broadcast Times
This episode is broadcast on Saturday, 24 June 2017 at 11:00am (CAT). Only on SABC 2.
DTV-Raymond Fuyana

Raymond Fuyana

Raymond Fuyana

Thabo Ntatlo visited the Bag Factory last year to meet Raymond Fuyana. Raymond is a talented young emerging artist. Like many young artists, Raymond is still experimenting with different mediums and themes. But regardless of the medium or theme, his talent is always clear for anyone to see.

South African Sign Language Lessons

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

Hlengiwe Twala

Candice Morgan meets Hlengiwe Twala at the Harties Cableway. On their way to breathtaking views of the Magaliesberg, Candice learns more about Hlengiwe and her new role as Mrs South Africa 2017. As Mrs South Africa, Hlengiwe is very focused on raising awareness of cancer, a cause that is very close to her.

Tips for Motorists

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

Layton continues sharing fuel saving tips.

DTV Broadcast Times
This episode is broadcast on Saturday, 17 June 2017 at 11:00am (CAT). Only on SABC 2.