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Diabetes telemedicine attracts local investment as COVID-19 surges

30 Jul 2020

COVID-19 is a serious risk for the estimated 4.6 million people with diabetes in South Africa as high blood sugar levels increase the mortality risk posed by the pandemic. Digital healthcare solutions are emerging as effective tools for safe,...

Giving Women, Youth And People With Disabilities Their Dignity

8 Aug 2020

The Minister in the Presidency for Women, Youth and Persons with Disabilities, Maite NkoanaMashabane,...

Excessive alcohol use killing young SA men – reveals research

8 Aug 2020

The social cost associated with alcohol was also linked to gender-based violence, sexual crime,...

Angie Motshekga must give guidelines for disabilities

7 Aug 2020

By Zelder Venter Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga is compelled to put guidelines in...

You can’t claim disability if you’re forced to stay at home

7 Aug 2020

BY LAURA DU PREEZ No-work-no-pay principle doesn’t mean you are disabled and can no...

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Challenges of being deaf in a pandemic

8 Aug 2020

By Keagan Mitchell IMAGINE not being able to communicate with others when going to work, school or the shops? This is the situation for many deaf people who rely solely on lip reading for understanding. Right now, wearing a...

These are the niche emoji heading to iOS devices later this year

18 Jul 2020

By Robin-Leigh Chetty Given everything that has happened globally since the beginning of the...

Why managing blood pressure matters during COVID-19 pandemic

1 Jul 2020

Hypertension, or high blood pressure, is a leading cause of death around the world

Should I say ‘disabled person’ or ‘person with a disability’?⁠

20 Jun 2020

By Mary Ann McColl, Queen’s University, Ontario Recently, an Alberta woman with an obvious...

Traditional beliefs inform attitudes to disability in Africa. Why it matters

20 Jun 2020

By Charlotte Baker, Lancaster University, Elvis Imafidon, Ambrose Alli University Disabled people all over...


Ipeleng Khunou, Hezekiel Sepeng, Siv Ngesi, Janine van Wyk, Charne Bosman and more join the challenge for Mandela Day

1 Jul 2020

Affectionately known as ‘CrazyLegs’, Ipeleng Khunou, who famously competed in the Two Oceans on crutches, has put his weight behind the ‘67 Kilometres for Mandela Day’ virtual race and has challenged colleagues in the sporting and entertainment world to...


22 Jul 2020

SPAR is aiming to put some sunshine back in your life during these challenging...

Nominate MP sports stars

18 Jul 2020

Story by Stefan de Villiers The road to the 2020 Mpumalanga Sports Awards has...

A Special Olympics South Africa Tribute

11 Jul 2020

Dear Special Olympics Family, On behalf of Dr. Mathews Phosa, it is with deep...

Gauteng teen flies SA flag high at Special Olympics

5 Dec 2019

Story by Nthabiseng Noqondo Tlaka A 17-year-old athlete from Hammanskraal, a township north of...

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