Deaf Community Platform, connecting Deaf People with South African Sign Language!
- No upcoming events available
Best viewed with Firefox and Opera web browsers!
We have implemented the latest Video on the Web technology on this website, using the native OGG/Theora video support instead of the proprietary plugin Flash. Using Firefox or Opera will give you better Web browsing experience (no need to download a plugin) and better system performance (native support and optimized video compression). Plus OGG Theora is open. Since the other Web browsers don't support the evolution of the WEB, make the Revolution happen : switch now!
Many people are fascinated with SL and they should because it is a beautiful language.
Dtv has a new slot where we teach Sign Language, so if you have been practising, make sure you don't miss the lessons.
We welcome comments, criticism and encouragements which will help us to bring you better programmes.
HAVE YOU EVER USED THE SERVICES OF THE CCMA?
IF YOU HAVE, WAS THE OUTCOME SUCCESSFUL?
WOULD YOU LIKE TO USE THE FREE SERVICE BUT DON'T UNDERSTAND THE PROCESS YOU MUST FOLLOW?
PLEASE SEND ANY QUESTIONS REGARDING LABOUR CASES, EVERYTHING TO DO WITH UNFAIR DISMISSALS ETC TO DTV URGENTLY OR SMS ON 082 343 6321
SLED has developed a South African Sign Language (SASL) dictionary that covers basic vocabulary including, but not limited to, food, places, household objects, people, emotions, questions and time. The book and accompanying DVD have been designed not only as a reference for SASL vocabulary, but also to give a sound introduction to the grammar of the language.
DTV (Deaf TV) won first handed the Media/TV category, well done!
In the media category the winner in the television programme section is the SABC 3 magazine programme for the deaf - Dtv programme. The programme, broadcast at 12:00 on Sundays, educates, motivates, inspires and empowers and is made accessible to a broader audience with subtitles and voice over.