Rolling and bowling

For people with a physical disability, one of the most fun sports out there is lawn bowls. Chris Patton explains why he’s a fan In lawn bowls, you are not restricted by a need for physical strength, running ability or lightning reflexes. The sport relies on rhythm, muscle memory and […]

Keep swinging

The 2016 Nedbank SA Disabled Golf Open took place recently. CLAIRE RENCKEN brings you some of the highlights. The South African Disabled Golf Association (SADGA) believes that golf builds character, which is an asset – whether or not you have a disability. The association is about being a golfer – […]

Going by air

Airbnb – A place to stay or an income stream? With our ever-shrinking ZAR and rising costs of living, it’s becoming harder each day to find value-for-money travel options. Well, I think I’ve found the answer. Founded in August 2008 in San Francisco, California, Airbnb is a trusted community marketplace […]

Red dunes, big sky, solitude

Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park’s Kieliekrankie Camp offers access to true wilderness Regarded as one of the best wildlife and photographic locations on the planet, the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park in the Kalahari Desert is a breath-taking destination. While there are accessible facilities in the main camps, there are also six wilderness camps, […]

Medic Maze

Attempting to decipher the jargon-ridden maze of a medical aid policy is a challenge for anyone. LIANA REINERS reports. Throw in the word “disability” and it becomes somewhat akin to solving a Rubik’s cube while blindfolded and wearing boxing gloves. The good news, however, is that medical aids in South […]