There’s no doubt he knows what the biggest threats to the turnaround efforts are, but remains captured by party dogma, writes Pieter du Toit.
Sprinkles early. More sun than clouds. Cool.
The Rivoni School for the Blind in Elim, Limpopo, is fast becoming an institution in high demand for its matric results but a visit to the school humbles one's heart, given the infrastructure and conditions pupils have to endure.
Fierce, fearless and fighting the stigma - these five women are challenging stereotypes and carving a niche for themselves in a world that isn't always kind to disabled people.
'I curse the day I received it from the government,' Nomvula Frans says of her RDP house in Khayamnandi, Despatch, in the Eastern Cape.
Voice Control is a new accessibility feature coming in iOS 13, which lets you control every single aspect of your iPhone using only your voice.
We all want to save the planet, but we also need to consider the needs of marginalised people when they are affected by attempts to protect the environment.
In a world that frequently sees past people whose bodies don't look or work like theirs, entrepreneurship offers persons with disabilities a liberating option, writes Liesl Jobson.
South Africa needs to do more to support people living with disabilities who want to run their own businesses. At present it is hard for them to make a living, says an analyst.
We've all probably made at least one gaffe in the past...
An American woman was so touched by another mom taking the time to educate her children about kids with disabilities.
Lebohang Monyatsi, South Africa's first wheelchair runway model, was crowned runner-up in the Miss Wheelchair World beauty pageant.
Ever since the day they met, the two have been inseparable.
Mandy Pursley, an amputee, created a Cinderella costume with a glass arm to broaden representations of people with physical differences.
When she saw her son, a quadriplegic, enjoy activities most kids like him can’t because of their physical limitations, Deirdré Gower felt compelled to do something about it.
Diversity in La La Land is still a huge problem.
What clothing brands should (already) be doing.
The only 'marker' between her and her peers is that her condition has been socially deemed unnatural because it's not the norm.
Sometimes we talk to people with disabilities unaware that the words we use and the way we use them might be considered insensitive and offensive. Here are a few guidelines to ensure you're a little less of a jerk next time you do.
“Christy loves to help Ami-Grace in any way she can."
“So to those people who shamed me for not fitting the criteria of the ‘perfect student’, watch your back."
A 52-year-old teacher who lost her sight says the principal of the school fired her and the KwaZulu-Natal department of education has done nothing about it.
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