Issue Contents - 2010 Sep/Oct

Articles

Mandela Day

Four days a week Daniel Masullo (28) sits at Bedfordview and Edenvale shopping centres ...

The importance of keeping accurate records

We have only seen the tip of the iceberg in terms of possibilities, most of which, admittedly, are still in a pre-clinical phase or ...

Blissful Bowels and Bladders

No two spinal cord injuries are the same, with the result that what works for the one does not necessarily work for the other.

Holiday Plans

(This article is reproduced courtesy of Diabetes Focus - an official publication of the South African Diabetes Association)

Are YOU Connected?

Self-esteem Facilitator, Gillian Beeton, leads us on a journey of self-discovery

News and Views

All the latest news from in and around our borders

Roll in to Rolling!

Word for Word Media, the publishers of Rolling Inspiration, and a member of QASA, has always embraced the concept of accessibility ...

Meet Mbali

Rolling Inspiration would like to introduce you to our newest staff member, Mbali Nkhumeleni.

Everyone's a Winner

In the May/June issue we told our readers of the High School Disability Challenge taking place in the high schools of the Eastern Cape

Mouth and Foot Painters

The 2011 calendars will be ready for posting at the end of September and will cost a very reasonable R105.00 including VAT.

Walking the Discovery Talk

Every year tens of thousands of people (and their dogs!) make their way to Marks Park to be part of the Discovery and 702 Walk The ...

Sensational SuperSport Series

At a packed Vodacom Mandeville Indoor Basketball Stadium, the Bronze playoffs between the Discovery Eagles and the Visa Wings had ...

Almost R1-million for injured rugby players

The Chris Burger Petro Jackson Players' Fund commemorated its 30th anniversary in style

MX World Champion: Sampie Erasmus

After my last trip to the US I realized that, with a lot of hard work and sacrifice, I had a really good chance at becoming the ...

The Importance of Sport

Sport strengthens social ties and networks and promotes ideals of peace, fraternity, solidarity, tolerance and justice.

A Tribute to Women with Disabilities

August is the month in which we celebrate the glory of women

Hot Spot News

What's Hot and What's Happening!

Amputee Corner

Supporting Amputees

QASA News

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Higher Education Sets the Agenda

We continue our quest to discover what institutes of higher learning have on offer for their students with disabilities

Charne Hugo, Our Idol!

I've been singing competitively since I was 9 years old.

ROLLING POSITIVE

A national programme to combat the spread of HIV/Aids infection

Columnists

What is the Bigger Picture?

What is the big picture? What is it all about? I’m sure everyone has their own unique answer to this but, when you ask enough ...

A Very Tall Tale

My opinion is that a counter should be the place where a statement of openness occurs, both welcoming and unthreatening, with ...

The Annual Checkup

One of the most significant health challenges facing a paraplegic or quadraplegic patient is the maintenance of renal function.

Wonderful Women

Do not allow your disability to silence you.

Keep Growing Your Skills

Most of us start our working life as inexperienced and young employees. This status changes quickly as we become more experienced ...

Wheelchairs

The right wheels can give you wings and make you fly... the wrong wheels just pull you down and make you crash

Why Walk When You Can Soar!

I exist. Therefore I am still a woman.

CHRYSLER GRAND VOYAGER

The New and the Old

Up, Up and Away!

I decided to look at the check-in procedures for domestic airlines.

With a little help from my friends

I can feel my penis but not like before ...

What's in a name?

Issues such as stadium naming rights should surely have been sorted ...