Issue Contents - 2009 Mar/Apr

Articles

The Oscars Fight it out

For 81 years the Oscars have dominated the awards scene as reporters and paparazzi camp ...

Want to get into the Driving Seat?

A new consultancy service for would-be drivers ...

OTASA Congress 2009

Port Elizabeth Awaits

Rolling and Jolling

New Hope School for learners with Cerebral Palsy and Specific Learning Disabilities in Pretoria held their first annual "ROLJOL" ...

Overcoming Spina Bifida

If I was asked for the two most memorable moments in my life I would have to start with ...

No Losers in the Outeniqua Wheelchair ...

At 8.15am on Valentine's Day, a gunshot rang out in the silent streets of George...

King of my Castle

Penquin International has created a novel initiative that aims to benefit not-for-profit organisations and schools ...

Hearts at Cheshire Homes

The Valentines celebrations at the Ann Harding Cheshire Home in Randburg

Good News

Hopes of a diabetes vaccine were raised in March ...

A Record Midmar Mile

The Telkom Halfway Midmar Mile is in its 36th year ...

It's not about Times

Congratulations to everyone who swam at Midmar. Yet again it was a poignant reminder ...

Toer de Kaap Handcycle Tour 2009

Four brave handcyclists went straight from the OCC in George on to the five day, 557km Toer de Kaap ...

Hot Times in Dubai

Arnu Fourie, Fanie van der Merwe and Michael Lourens competed at the 1st Fazaa International Athletics Competition held in Dubai ...

Up and Running

Just 21 days after a motorbike accident Derick Schutte was up and running!

Watch out Visa Wings!

A new sporting body, is taking Lenasia, and Southern Jo'burg, by storm

The Silent Crisis

According to the United Nations (2002), more than half a billion people worldwide are disabled as a result of mental, physical or ...

Special Voting for Persons with Disabilities

If, due to physical infirmity, disability or pregnancy, you are unable to vote at your voting station on 22 April 2009

Who's Getting Your X?

The elections are almost upon us and we all need as much information as possible ...

Shifting the Focus

I have always been an activist

ACSA 2009

Where will you be in September from Thursday 17th to Saturday 19th 2009?

Zooming around Jo'burg Zoo!

Now People With Disabilities can enjoy a leisurely roll amongst the animals at Jo'burg Zoo

Stand Up for Accessibility

Theo Paidas was a Phys Ed teacher when he was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis ...

QASA empowers members with study bursaries

QASA prioritizes skills development and employment potential ...

QASA -- KwaZulu-Natal Digital Village ...

QASA is proud to announce its new offering, the Computer Digital Literacy course.

Columnists

What does it mean to be a Hall of famer?

I attended the induction of the class of 2008 held at Emperors Palace on 24th February 2009 and, having had some time to watch ...

Where Am I?

When I fly, or go by air, I often feel disempowered ...

Walking My Talk… Farewell

It is with great sadness, yet with high hopes, that I announce my resignation as National Director of QASA and Managing Editor of ...

Glyconutrients - A Miracle Cure?

Most patients have heard about this class of “nutriceuticals ...

Multiple Switches for Computer Mouse Control

Continuing with our theme of mouse alternatives for computer control

Section Twenty - What?

Like any organization a Section 21 Company has documents that define its operations...

Put Your Best Foot Forward

You get big feet, small feet, white feet, black feet, clean feet and smelly feet ...

Kia Sorento

Thulani Tshabalala is a remarkable man ...

Are we Ready for 2010?

Scott Rains is working hard to bring Inclusive Travel to South Africa

Local is Lekker

Introducing our new sexologist, Willem Stiglingh