Doing more to include workers with disabilities

The private sector must do more to support the government and include South Africans with disabilities in the workforce. This will benefit both the individuals and businesses, but also the economy at large. This was the overarching message during the multi-stakeholder gathering held at LESCO Manufacturing ahead of the International […]

Driving Ambitions returns

The QASA Driving Ambitions programme has reopened in KwaZulu-Natal, Gauteng and the Western Cape as the country heads into level 2 of the lockdown. Strict safety measures will be in place to protect both the instructor and learner, which includes wearing a mask when in the vehicle and frequently sanitising. […]

Casual Day returns in December

The 2020 Casual Day will return on the international day for people with disabilities, 3 December 2020. Originally held in September, the Casual Day is the flagship awareness and fundraising project for the National Council of and for Persons with Disabilities (NCPD). Proceeds from the R20 Casual Day stickers go […]

Blessing in disguise

The QuadPara Association of South Africa (QASA) has numerous programmes and projects aimed at supporting quadriplegics and paraplegic to live their lives to the fullest potentials whether it is through more independence with a driver’s licence or skills development. It’s flagship skills development programme is the Work Readiness Programme, which […]