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If you are looking for the TV program, you can find all upcoming TV shows in the calendar of Events on your right and in the list of Upcoming events on your left.
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There is cricket on this weekend and as such, there will be no Dtv on Sunday 17 October. Regular programming will resume after that so check your TV Guide for details!
SLED stands for Sign Language Education & Development. They offer courses in South African Sign Language for beginners and more.
Remember, that until the end of the World Cup, Dtv is being broadcast at 13h30 on Sundays.
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Vanessa Mcilroy is representing South Africa at the 8th World Deaf Golf Championships in August.
The World Deaf Golf Championships is renowned as the premier international Deaf amateur golfing championship.
The event is organised by the World Deaf Golf Federation, and will take place at the famous St Andrews golf course in Scotland.
Vicki Fourie will be representing South Africa at the Miss Deaf International pageant in Las Vegas, Nevada.
The event will take place on 23 July 2010 and promises to be a glamorous occasion.