Mental health of entrepreneurs

SAB Foundation executive director, Bridgit Evans, shares the following opinion piece. The SAB Foundation run, among others, a programme that empowers entrepreneurs with disabilities or who support the disability community through innovation or employment opportunities. The impact of the looting and unrest in parts of our country, earlier this year, […]

Speaking up this mental health awareness month

October is mental health awareness month in South Africa. This month, South Africans who have mental health disorders are encouraged to speak up – something many struggle to do due to the stigma associated. But, mental health disorders are more common than many might think. Worldwide, an estimated 400 million […]

Power of talking it out

July is mental health awareness month. Rolling Inspiration will commemorate the month by discussing various mental health topics. Keep an eye on our website, newsletter and social media accounts for updates. Have you ever heard the saying: “Boys don’t cry”? According to mental health experts, the historical gender role-based norm […]

New digital mental health platform

Facing severe and ongoing anxiety, depression and other mental health risks presented by COVID-19, The Space Between Us  (TSBU) is launching a technology-enabled, built-for-purpose, clinically led behaviour change platform that provides mental health access, insights, community support, content and engagement for South Africans in the workplace and individuals on social […]

Virtual, private counselling with Syked

The SAB Foundation is dedicated to supporting small businesses and entrepreneurs who show promise and are dedicated to improving the surrounding communities. This month, the organisation highlighted Syked – a virtual private counselling platform for individuals looking for alternative ways of seeking mental health support without putting themselves at risk. […]

Dealing with psychotic episodes

A psychotic episode is frightening. For loved ones, for caretakers and, especially, for the person experiencing the episode. People diagnosed with schizophrenia can at times experience psychotic episodes during which they become unable to distinguish between reality and hallucinations. It’s important for loved ones and caretakers to take note of […]