Despite commendable work and persistent battles, not enough
is being done for these learners
South Africa’s new Copyright Amendment Bill could help the country take an important step in tackling its own “book famine
Women with communication disabilities are more likely to be victims of violence. But technological communication aids can help them speak out
Mpumelelo Mhlongo is crushing it on the global stage, and has his eye on a third world record
The education department should provide free, inclusive education for disabled children and support their caregivers
Winner: Aller River Pilot Project
Autumn graduation ceremonies fairly conducted
Queer people with disabilities face double discrimination when it comes to sex.
There’s already a stigma attached to being queer. Add a disability and there’s this ‘assumption that you need to be protected from desire’.
Universities must move beyond measuring inclusion based only on the number of students with disabilities they have enrolled each year.
Disabled people in rural areas say that "negative attitudes, lack of patience, are barriers to accessing justice in the traditional courts".
Wheelchair tennis is grounded in clumsy mobility, but its popularity is soaring in South Africa.
A recent report says that intellectually disabled women in India are routinely locked up in institutions where they are "treated worse than animals".
Even though the Constitution guarantees disabled children the right to education, many don’t go to school, or have great difficulty in doing so.
Build mountain bike technology into a wheelchair and suddenly the hills open up to the handicapped, writes Arthur Goldstuck.
Education law and classroom mindsets are still not accommodating "disabled" pupils properly.
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Taking care of disabled children takes a special kind of person. But caregivers at centres such as Eyethu are not receiving the training they need.
It’s literally a case of the blind leading the blind at the crumbling Setotolwane special-needs school.
The visually impaired are shackled by developed countries’ reluctance to change copyright laws.
Nicholas McCarthy pursued a career in classical piano at the age of 14 and made it to world class fame in just nine years — with only one hand.
Disabled people experience hate, guilt, patronising attitudes, avoidance and persecution. Philippa Perry asks why.
For the first time, blind South Africans have voted in secret, thanks to a new Braille ballot template.
Special commendation: Investing in the Future Company Partnership Award: Ponahola De Beers Disabled Persons Trust.
The disabled are so highly sought after in the government that their job-hopping between departments is a cause for concern.
Imke van Hoorn spends a day at a photo shoot for contestants taking part in Miss Confidence South Africa, a pageant for physically disabled women.
Paralysed for the past 20 years, former Israeli paratrooper Radi Kaiof now walks down the street with a dim mechanical hum.
Is being HIV-positive a disability? Nosimilo Ndlovu finds an organisation which says it is.
Reality has intruded on a Ben Stiller spoof war film in a way that its makers did not anticipate.