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Darren Rajbal has talent

Dtv salutes Darren Rajbal, South Africa's got Talent 2009 winner.
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Dtv salutes the deaf cyclists who participated in the national deaf cycling trails. The results are: Team Race Number Start Group Race Time Overall Position Gender Gender Position Avg Speed Reyneke, Johan Terence Parkin A13 Gauteng SADC SADC 2:35:152.37.22 104/990 MM 104/879 34.01 Botha, Christo B39 SADC 2:45:29 188/990 M 188/879 31.91 Abrahams, Ashley F292 SADC 2:45:29 189/990 M 189/879 31.91 Botha, Benji G323 SADC 2:47:51 218/990 M 216/879 31.

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Dtv salutes Deaf entrepreneurs Contact Claire - Graphic Design Corporate Junction(Pty)Ltd Postnet Suite 74, Private Bag X19 Gardenview 2047 621 Main Reef Road Denver Johannesburg Tel (011) 615 8188 Fax (011) 615 8183

Dtv Salutes Braam Jordaan

Braam Jordaan, a young Capetonian, from a predominantly deaf family is currently working as film/animation director. Film and Animation are obviously a very good choice as it is very visually-driven and the only thing he could not do was the sound, but being Deaf has never put him down. The colours are his music! The cartoon Graca TV commercials are one of his latest work. Visit his website at for more information.
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Dtv Salutes Deaf Entrepreneurs Coreza Buys created the first deaf calendar girls for the South African Market.Contact Coreza if you’re interested at
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Paralympic Hero

Dtv, salutes Tadhg Slattery. A sport hero own to the Deaf community who won a bronze medal at this year's Paralympic games in Beijing.
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