Deen TV can be found on Channel 355 on Top TV and is available nationwide. The key focus of the channel is to promote a better understanding amongst all religions in an easy to understand environment says Faizal Sayed, a director at Deen TV.
The Channel’s CEO Mr. Farouk Arief believes that with a sharp decline in morality and ethical behavior perceived as a growing worldwide trend, Deen TV should focus on community and social upliftment in a positive environment thus inculcating spiritual balance which essentially should be an integral focus in the channels content approach, mission and vision.
Further programming will include a range of documentaries focusing on spiritual matters, which integrates scientific approaches, light entertainment, recitations and basic Islamic tenets as teachings. The channel also endeavors to be a community-based channel and in so doing invites the community to engage them in terms of event coverage, community news and developments of importance whilst at the same time creating a platform for businesses to advertise their businesses, products or services.
Some popular programmes currently on air includes lectures by Moulana Dawood Samson, Imam Nur Salie, Moulana Irshaad Sedick along with internationally renowned speakers like Shaykh Muhammad an-Ninowy, Moulana Imran N Hosein and interesting documentaries by Harun Yahya, says Sayed. Upcoming features include the recent lecture tour by Imam Afroz Ali of Australia and Habib Umar bin Hafiz from Yemen.
Deen TV is part of all Top TV packages. Top TV satellite systems, which are reasonably priced are available at leading retailers or directly from Deen TV, by emailing to email@example.com. Subscription ranges from R99 to R269 per month for a range of channels. Visit www.Toptv.co.za for more information on the satellite network.
To ensure a link to viewers, Deen TV can be reached in a few ways: Online at firstname.lastname@example.org, on Facebook at www.Facebook.com/
For more information on South Africa’s Islamic TV station do visit www.Deentv.org