The blind community has been side-lined during the Covid-19 pandemic


BlindSA has broken the silence on the inequality visually impaired people have had to face during the coronavirus lockdown. The blind and visually impaired go about their daily lives relying solely on touch and have had a hard time adjusting to the new life of adhering to Covid-19 regulations because of their disability.

BlindSA’s Chief Executive Jace Nair says they are tired of being sidelined by government. Of the challenges has been the lack of information about the pandemic and how to deal with the situation. To discuss this we are joined by the Chairperson of BlindSA, Andre Vosloo…

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