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DTV! South Africa’s Deaf Channel

DTV! South Africa’s Deaf Channel

Deaf Community Platform, connecting Deaf People with South African Sign Language!

Gallaudet University

Gallaudet University

Deaf University, Washington DC, USA.

H3 Broadcasting in Sign Language

H3 Broadcasting in Sign Language

A news media broadcasting company that provide quality video entertainment online in sign language internationally.

H3 offer viewers an intensive global and culturally-diverse oriented video programming on the internet using sign language and subtitles.

National Arts Council of South Africa

National Arts Council of South Africa

The National Arts Council of South Africa (NAC), formed in 1997, is a statutory public entity with the Department of Arts and Culture (DAC) as its executive authority.

The institution is subject to a complex governance framework that includes the NAC Act (1997) and the Public Finance Management Act (PFMA) amongst others.

The NAC is governed by a Council whose members are appointed by the Minister of Arts and Culture after a process of public nominations. The current Council was appointed in March 2011.

National Lottery

National Lottery

The Lotteries Act prescribes the establishment of the NLDTF, which is to be managed by the National Lotteries Board. The Act further requires the Board to annually table a report in Parliament in respect of the fund.

Each week the licensed operator of the National Lottery, transfers funds generated for good causes to the NLDTF. This amount is calculated using a pre-determined formula based on ticket sales in terms of the Licence to Operate the National Lottery. Contributions to good causes, based on ticket sales, are currently 34% after VAT.

The Carl & Emily Fuchs Foundation

The Carl & Emily Fuchs Foundation

The Carl & Emily Fuchs Foundation is a private funder or grantmaking organization, operating nationally within South Africa.

The Foundation was established on 1 August 1969 by its founders – Dr Carl and Mrs Emily Fuchs – primarily as a result of the wealth created by the CJ Fuchs (Pty) Ltd group of companies that had been established in 1929 by them. Due to the sad fact that the founders were not able to have children of their own, the Foundation was furthermore strengthened by the proceeds from their personal estates.

Over the many years of grantmaking, much of our funding has been focused in the areas of child care, health services and educational programmes. The Foundation itself is registered both as a non-profit organization (NPO) and a public benefit organization (PBO).