I don’t pretend for a second that England is without its share of problems—think Brexit, Boris Johnson, the cuts to the National Health Service, negotiations with the US that would drastically increase the price of medications and harm the NHS yet again, the inhumane hours for junior doctors, or the horrendous austerity measures which have wreaked havoc on thousands
I know I haven’t written in a while. It’s thanks to various personal issues, a nasty case of writer’s block,… Read more The Carrot & Stick that is #JustAskDontGrab
In 2018, I found an FS Systems vehicle illegally parked in a disabled bay on the University of Cape Town’s… Read more The Importance of a Disabled Bay & How Companies Should React to Employees’ Ableism
Hey Everyone, It feels like a lifetime since I’ve written, doesn’t it? Anyway, I’m free for a bit so… I… Read more Goodbye, Degree. Hello, (Un)fortunate Readers
Is something ‘right’ simply because it is legal? This question has been bugging me immensely recently; particularly from a disability… Read more Is ‘Legalese’ a Defence?
I came across a tweet by one of my favourite Disability Bloggers, Diary of a Disabled Person, that I feel… Read more Service Dogs are People Too!!!
The latest collaboration I wrote with Diary of a Disabled Person illustrates just one of many ways that England and… Read more Stairs, Curse You!
There are a great many cultural divides between the UK and South Africa, and unsurprisingly this extends to disability. With… Read more NHS v Medical Aid: A Collaboration with Diary of a Disabled Person
So it’s t-minus five days until my parents and I are due to land at Heathrow Airport to meet up… Read more 5 Days & Counting
Now in the final year of my degree, the decision to go to UCT’s ‘Plaza Week’ (the event at which… Read more Cape Town Globalist… Meet The Disability Diaries