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Clothes2Good ‘Bag-it -4-Madiba’ supported by Media24

20 February 2018

‘Clothes to Good’ and Media 24 embarked on a ‘Bag-it – 4-Madiba’ project. The aim was to empower people with disabilities and sustain the project past the 67 minutes on Mandela day. A spirited group of people from the Association of...

Call to corporates to change disability employment stats

20 February 2018

Beth Cook, CEO of Progression and disability equity solutions specialist, says this presents a conundrum...

Call to corporates to change disability employment stats

20 February 2018

Beth Cook, CEO of Progression and disability equity solutions specialist, says this presents a conundrum...

PROFILE Enabling Support services for persons with Disabilities

20 February 2018

EDWINA Makgamatha knows first-hand the struggles and shame of not being able to access services...

Challenges of mental Illness

20 February 2018

By Thuthula Sodumo When Mihlali Jojo’s father passed away in 2013 when she was...

Editor's Choice


New wave of therapy for amputees

12 July 2017

Virtual Reality (VR) is a term that we have all been hearing a lot about lately, but the true extent of this tool can go much deeper than just a gaming gadget. VR has been adopted by various major industries such...

Global Immigration

4 September 2017

View from a reader Recently I’ve been forced to confront a rather uncomfortable truth....

Demystifying Disability

12 July 2017

“Your words made new things possible in my mind.” – Celeste, audience feedback. As an...

Tracking the footprint of deafblind persons in SA

12 July 2017

Understanding Deafblindness Deafblindness is a combination of visual and hearing impairment (dual sensory disability)...

PanSALB Awards for Deaf Awareness

3 March 2017

Sign language interpreter, Natasha Parkins-Maliko and well known Deaf activist, Nenio Mbazima, recently got...

Sports


A Call for Support: No Limits. Just Life!

20 February 2018

The Adaptive Sports Fund (ASF) runs various out-reach programs for people with disabilities living in South Africa. They believe that having adaptive sporting equipment easily available will allow people with mobility impairments the opportunity to experience the true satisfaction that all sport...

Her Majesty the Queen recognises South African volunteer with Commonwealth Point of Light award

20 February 2018

Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II has today, 7th February 2018, recognised Marlene Le Roux, of...

Mohlakeng teen makes name for himself in the wheelchair tennis world

20 February 2018

Young Mpho Mhlongo from Mohlakeng says wheelchair tennis changed his life. South African wheelchair tennis...

Maripa joins Wheelchair Tennis’ World Top 12

8 November 2017

By Prince Jacon When talking about tennis players, you’ll most likely focus only on...

Adaptive Action Sports Are You Up For The Challenge?

4 September 2017

Adaptive Action Athletes are innovative and courageous athletes who are constantly reforming and changing...