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New copyright law will benefit South Africans with disabilities
New copyright law will benefit South Africans with disabilities
South Africa’s current copyright law was enacted 41 years ago. The
Listen to the voices of women with disabilities
Listen to the voices of women with disabilities
Why, oh why are we so obsessed with squashing human beings into little boxes? A gender box: male or female. A race box: black or white. An income...
The accidental record-breaker
The accidental record-breaker
Mpumelelo Mhlongo lived most of his life unaware that he had a disability. He always knew his club foot was technically a deformity, but at no...
No school for 600 000 children
No school for 600 000 children
More than 600 000 children with disabilities in South Africa have never been to school.
Community Conservation and Resilience
Community Conservation and Resilience
South Africa’s greatest constraint is water. In a water-scarce country, planning has to focus on protecting this resource so it benefits the...
Graduation ceremonies a success
Graduation ceremonies a success
The Tshwane University of Technology’s graduation numbers have been on a steady incline, with a total of 10 904 successful graduates receiving...
​Queerness, desire and disability
​Queerness, desire and disability
‘People are crazy,” John Meletse laughs. “They think disabled people can’t have sex; that we have no desire for sex. But we’re the same as...
​Where queer and disabled intersect
​Where queer and disabled intersect
Rejected by her family after coming out as gay, Patience Mufamadi-Mogashwa attempted suicide. She was diagnosed with depression.
Traditional leaders 'scared' of disabled people
Traditional leaders 'scared' of disabled people
Accessing justice is hard enough for poor people living in rural areas but for disabled people in these areas, it's often near impossible in the...
Players in the pound seats
Players in the pound seats
When I ask Patrick Selepe how to high-jump on artificial legs, he gives me a big "I've been waiting for that one" smile. "You take off your...
Intellectually disabled women in India 'treated worse than animals'
Intellectually disabled women in India 'treated worse than animals'
The report by a human rights group said that intellectually disabled women in India are routinely locked up in institutions where they...

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