Managing fatigue

Discover your triggers How you manage your fatigue will depend partly on whether other Multiple Sclerosis (MS) symptoms and lifestyle factors are having an effect. Analysing these can be a valuable first step in identifying how to minimise the problem. Fill in a fatigue diary Rate your fatigue levels at...

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Artisan on wheels

In April 2002, George Mongwayi’s life changed forever. However, he refused to let his circumstances get the better of him. CLAIRE RENCKEN went to Soweto to meet this inspirational artist. Thirteen years ago, after work one evening, George, only 25 at the time, was walking home from a train station...

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The quest for accessible accommodation

Travelling should be fun as well as disability-friendly, but you probably need to know where to look… In this article, MANDY LATIMORE explores several travel websites and how they can help you properly plan the perfect getaway. As the “go-to” person for travel advice within the disability sector, I’m often...

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Sport for people with disabilities in South Africa

In part 1 of our two-part series, GERTRUDE SIERRA takes a look at sport for people with disabilities and how it all began. he Paralympic movement dates back to 1948, when Dr Ludwig Guttmann, a neurosurgeon at the Stoke Mandeville hospital in the United Kingdom, introduced wheelchair sports as part...

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