Issue 2 of 2020 (dubbed our Quarantine edition) is now available for free! As the first issue published in-house by the QuadPara Association of South Africa (QASA), it is completely free for you to view and download. Download here.
On Sunday, May 24, President Cyril Ramaphosa announced that South Africa will be entering level 3 of lockdown on June 1. Although many can look forward to exercising outside at any time of day and the booze ban being lifted, the risk of COVID-19 is far from over. “The Cabinet […]
On Friday, May 22, the Department of Women, Youth and Persons with Disabilities, in partnership with national disability organisations and the Presidential Working Group on Disability, held a webinar to discuss some of the challenges facing people with disabilities during the national lockdown and global Coronavirus pandemic. Speakers included various […]
People with disabilities are one of the groups most affected by the Coronavirus outbreak. Many have compromised immune systems or take an immune suppressor, which makes them more likely to fall severely ill with COVID-19. But this is nothing compared to the financial impact the lockdown and pandemic has on […]
In response to the global Coronavirus pandemic, the South African government has taken drastic measures to curb the spread of COVID-19 so that the national healthcare system is not overwhelmed. Part of this includes strict hygiene rules to be practiced when in public such as covering your mouth when coughing […]
Along with the rest of the world, South Africa is currently in lockdown. By restricting the movement of people, the government hopes to slow the spread of the Coronavirus or COVID-19 and give the healthcare service a fighting chance. This also has brought the economy to a screeching halt, which […]
For information on the Coronavirus and the COVID-19 outbreak in South Africa, please visit the official government website by clicking here. Here is some information and helpful advice for wheelchair users: