Issue Contents - 2006 Nov/Dec

Articles

Reader Profile - Love is the Key

Tony and Leonie 'O Reilly were recently married at Union Hospital where Tony is recovering from an accident that has left him a ...

Sport - Differently-Abled Cricket

With South Africa being such a cricket-crazy country, it is not surprising to find that people with disabilities also enjoy playing ...

Letter to the Editor

Airline's Amazing Attitude

South Africa to host IPC World Swimming ...

The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Swimming World Championships, the first major disabled swimming event since the Athens ...

HOTspot News - Another resounding Quads4Quads!

A thundering mass of quad enthusiasts ride for fun; and for funds for QASA in this unique annual blast from Durban to Joburg. All ...

Test-the-Best

We went out there to Test-the-Best, and came away with a great learning curve to look at for the future, said Rolling Inspiration's ...

Qasa News - CAR FREE DAY

The Department of Transport declared Friday 20 October CAR FREE DAY in order to encourage citizens to take public transport to ...

Qasa News - QASA ROAD SAFETY 2006/7

In association with Arrive Alive, QASA will implement its road safety programme "Buckle Up! We Don't Want New Members!" for this ...

Qasa News - Disabled Candidate Required

QASA is looking for a suitable candidate with a disability to qualify as an owner/manager of the QASA Family Pick n Pay Franchise ...

Qasa News - Differently-Abled Initiative

The Differently Abled 24/7/365 Team invite you to help support over 280,000 children who cannot attend school in South Africa ...

Qasa News - A day of hope with Discovery

Muelmed Medi-Clinic, a multi-disciplinary private hospital in Arcadia, Pretoria, recently revamped their rehabilitation area and ...

Qasa News - Eco-Access Twinning Project

Eco-Access is a non-profit organization that ensures all disabled people have access to nature, and encourages integration between ...

Qasa News - QASA Gives LTA Green Light

Liquid Taste Adventures, based in Marlboro, Gauteng, is a BEE business owned and run by Pam Hill and Solly Malatsi.

Disability 2006

The 2nd Disability Expo was bigger and better than before.

Reader Profile - Getting on with his life

Skumbuzo Dlala was a rugby player who enjoyed his sport, until his life was changed by the game. He was injured when a scrum ...

Not disabled enough

Kevin Paul, the young swimmer from Port Elizabeth featured in the last issue of Rolling Inspiration, was deemed "not disabled ...

Blind SA Engineer Scoops International Award

A partially blind South African engineer received an International Geosynthetics Society (IGS) achievement award. Kelvin Legge, who

Qasa News - Rita Henn re-launched

Rita Henn & Partners is a dynamic private therapy practice staffed by physiotherapists, occupational therapists and speech ...

Columnists

COMMODITY AND DELIGHT Mandate versus Movement

The meaning of accessible is critical to this column: Civil Rights is the rationale for accessibility. The accessibility laws focus ...

Fertility in men with spinal cord injuries

Having spent some time on pain for the last two issues, I am taking a break this time to look at a much happier topic. Too often ...

Communication - Writing with LIGHT

For the last article of the year, I have chosen to look at the LightWRITER, a nifty little communication/conversation device with ...

The Road to a Convention for People With Disability

Some reflection and the way ahead.

IS THERE ANYBODY OUT THERE?

From that great Pink Floyd classic, "Hello, is there anybody out there; is there anybody listening; is there any one at all?"

High-performance, Lightweight Wheelchairs

Over the last 10 years, much research was done on developing high-performance, lightweight wheelchairs due to increased awareness ...

Consider sexuality as a lifestyle choice

Sexuality is an option which you have every right to choose. Plenty of people, with or without disabilities, make that decision, ...

TRANSPORT TEASERS' INTERCITY LINERS

Cross country bus services will carry mobility-impaired people, but it's a long haul

2010: Look well beyond the bid

Like many others, I'm thrilled that South Africa is going to stage Soccer World Cup 2010. This doesn't mean necessarily that I'm a ...