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Say yes to training

Say yes to training

Zakariya Moola was born without sight. But this didn’t stop him from matriculating . . . obtaining a degree . . . and starting a business. “My first long-term job was selling paper. Then I opened Zak’s Stationers in Durban in May 2009. By God’s grace it worked. It’s...
Our business lifts us up

Our business lifts us up

A bare piece of land has been transformed into a thriving hydroponic garden by the Chaneng Association for the Blind. The self- help group produces vegetables and honey all year around, but their business was hamstrung by a tiny local market. Then Royal Bafokeng...
We miss our library

We miss our library

For many years, the SANCB’s library in Pretoria was a hive of activity. It was extremely well stocked and served students from Optima College and universities. Unfortunately, it closed in 2014 due to financial challenges. It was a major blow to our efforts to give...
A stage for the blind in Heritage Week

A stage for the blind in Heritage Week

The blindness sector is blessed with a rich pool of artists, singers, crafters, theatre performers and poets. Despite their enormous talents, they often experience stigma and discrimination. What these artists really need is a common platform to showcase their talents...