BLIND SA TO PARTICIPATE IN ‘MTN WALK THE TALK WITH 702’ ON SUNDAY 23 JULY Enter online at http://walkthetalk.co.za We’re excited to announce that Blind SA has been registered as a charity at the MTN Walk The Talk with 702 event this year. To promote the occasion, we invite all our friends, member organisations, and […]
Blind SA is proud to have recently launched Mali-Bhala – a money counter and signature guide – in association with the Disability Rights Awareness Month. This locally created device comes in two standard sizes that are designed to fit either in a person’s wallet or pocket.
Stompie has found companionship Stompie Matshane has been blind for over ten years and has had to depend on his family this entire time. He didn’t own a cane and couldn’t afford to buy one and had never received any form of orientation and mobility training. His everyday life consisted of sitting at home as […]
Professional, passionate and dedicated as they are, teachers who have the task of teaching visually impaired children have seldom been given any specialist knowledge or formal training in braille – and most provincial departments of education don’t provide it…
We are so proud of Blind SA’s president, Cathy, who was selected as a finalist for Africa’s Most Influential Women in Business and Government for the category of Welfare and Civil Society Organisations. This recognition of influential African leaders took place at the Vodacom Dome in Midrand on 28 July 2015. CEO Communications announced the women being recognised for Africa’s Most Influential Women in Business and Government and the men being recognised for […]
Our orientation and mobility services continue to be an essential part of the training we offer to newly blind people as well as to blind people from disadvantaged backgrounds. Part of our rehabilitation programme takes us to schools to assist pupils and teachers on how to carry out basic skills and tasks of daily living. Our practitioners recently visited a rural school in Rustenberg where blind and […]