QASA shows appreciation to airport services

Mandy Latimore, representing QASA, handed out certificates of appreciation at the Airports Company South Africa (ACSA) Feather Awards held at OR Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg in December 2016. In the same month, QASA CEO Ari Seirlis presented certificates of appreciation to Swissport and BidAir at King Shaka International airport […]

Dive-A-Thon to defy gravity

Strap on your flippers, fill up your oxygen tanks and dive in the Handicapped Scuba Association South Africa (HSASA) 50 hour Dive-A-Thon! The HSASA is an established non-profit company that operates independently from any dive school. With their first project they are challenging people with disabilities, as well as divers […]

The bed that makes itself

For most people with disabilities or mobility impairments, the first obstacle after waking up in the morning is making the bed. Thanks to a Canadian inventor, doing so is now effortless. After seeing how her uncle, a wheelchair user, struggled to make his bed, Tina Cayouette wanted to create something […]

Team in training

The QASA management board attended a two-day presentation and communication training workshop in Durban on October 20 and 21. The training was conducted by Neil Minnaar and Jason Sandler of Keep Talking. They gave insight into presenting skills and communication skills, and the outcome for many delegates was confidence-building. QASA […]