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ISP offers accessible apps for people with disabilities Africa

12 Dec 2020

South Africa has a national disability prevalence rate of about 7.5%, which represents approximately 2.87 million persons with disability. According to the Marginalised Groups Indicator Report of 2018, the bulk of this population resides in Gauteng province and the least in the Northern Cape, with the most affected age groups being 5-14 and 15-24 years....

‘’This one’s for you, dad’

11 Dec 2020

STORY NIÉMAH DAVIDS Millicent Agangiba was four years old when she was diagnosed with polio – this altered the trajectory of her life. She underwent years of medical treatment, and while her condition improved significantly, her mobility remained a challenge. As a result of her disability, Millicent struggled with an inferiority complex, which she explained...

Black artists with disabilities call for greater inclusion in hip-hop

29 Oct 2020

Ebonique Little, Contributing Writer From an early age, artist with cerebral palsy Leroy Moore Jr. said he recognized the limited opportunities for people with disabilities. Now, he and a collective of 800 musicians, poets and visual artists are shifting the dialogue within hip-hop culture through Krip-Hop Nation. “I’ve been an activist since birth,” Moore said....

Mental Health – The Perfect Storm And The Role Of AI-Robots

20 Oct 2020

By Bernard Marr As well as the clear danger to physical health posed by COVID-19, there is a great deal of concern over the impact it is having on mental health. Many say 2020 has been the most stressful year ever. The fear of becoming ill, as well as the worry caused by uncertainty over...

Global Study: 82% of People Believe Robots Can Support Their Mental Health Better Than Humans

13 Oct 2020

 The COVID-19 pandemic has created the most stressful year in history and negatively affected the mental health of 78% of the global workforce 85% of people say their mental health issues at work negatively affect their home life 68% of people would prefer to talk to a robot over their manager about stress and anxiety at...


30 Sep 2020

World Mental Health Day (WMHD) is a global event that is celebrated annually on the 10th October with the aim of reflecting on existing mental health challenges, on gaps in policies, onidentifying priorities in a collaborative effort, and by unifying voices as catalysts for change. It is the only annual event of its kind dedicated...

Let’s go digital! iStore supports deaf awareness campaign

28 Sep 2020

By Aphiwe Bulo Technology company Apple’s iStore Meets, in partnership with iSchool Africa , is advocating for deaf awareness by hosting free online sessions about Apple’s accessible products and features. The first session was on Thursday, September 10. In the discussion, Deaf Awareness: Keeping everyone in conversation with the iPad, Apple’s technology and educational solutions company...

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23 Sep 2020

This disability activist says we must offer dignity and financial inclusion rather than just braille and ramps

23 Sep 2020

By Sean Fleming It’s time to boost the economic resilience and participation of people across the developing world – particularly people living with disabilities. The benefits of the Fourth Industrial Revolution aren’t being experienced universally. It’s time to seize the chance to put humanity on an entirely new trajectory. Diagnosed with Spinal Muscular Atrophy at...

First ever Mr and Miss Albinism to be held in SA

21 Sep 2020

By Nkhensani Hlungwani The top 30 finalists of Mr and Miss Albinism South Africa pageant were announced on social media, on Wednesday, September 9. They consisted of 17 females and 13 males who will compete for the championships on March 27, 2021. The pageant will be held for the first time ever in South Africa...

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