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A group of young people wearing blue ovaralls standing in a line The sky’s the limit for Colette
15-year-old Colette Roos has got gumption! When her parents couldn’t afford to send her to a Space Camp in the USA, this plucky teenager took...
This image has no alternative text. “We know there’s life after blindness.”
Durban parents Ansie and Jacques didn’t hesitate when faced with the choice between saving their newborn’s life or her eyesight....
Picture of a smiling Nancy sitting behind a desk, working on the Braille Note Nancy Kalembe feels totally liberated
Visually impaired people often have to fight for their rights to be accepted – proving that they are just as intelligent and skilled as anyone...
This image has no alternative text. A life worth living means living an independent life
Two years ago, Tamlyn Bell was heartbroken when diabetes led to irreversible sight loss. It would’ve been so easy for her to sit on her...
This image has no alternative text. From a mud oven to the best bakery in Limpopo
Twenty-four years ago Jackson Baloyi’s life took a different turn when he was involved in a tragic road accident which left him blind for the...
David from Ghana How you’re helping to bring families in from the wilderness
Families often feel lost and desperate when coming to terms with a family member’s visual impairment – and it’s a huge relief to...
Nonki Greeting each day with a smile
Being happy and putting on a bright smile is a conscious decision that Nonhlanhla Nkosi makes every day. Nonki, as she is fondly known, is our...
This image has no alternative text. 'All, Here and Now' with Advocate Alan Small..
“My journey in the blind community, commenced 32 years ago. In 1984, I contracted an eye disease, namely Libers Optic atrophy, which left me...
Cataract Blits Seeing is believing
A cataract blitz in the North West province in June 2015 restored the gift of sight to many happy people. For people like 81-year-old Simon, 69-...
This image has no alternative text. Inaugural lecture by Prof. Maguvhe
Titled "Walking down the road of academia: an account of a visually impaired person," the inaugural lecture by Professor Mbulaheni Obert...