Published by Byron Lukas on June 5, 2021
A total of 27 mini-libraries for visually impaired residents will be set up across rural areas of the Western Cape. The launch of these facilities is a continuation of the department for Cultural Affairs and Sports’ efforts to ensure inclusivity across the province.
This initiative comes after the Provincial Minister, Anroux Marais, outlined the importance of setting up new mini-libraries for the visually impaired. The first mini-library was launched in Riversdale in April 2021, and provides many beneficial resources to visually impaired residents of the community.
The library also allows for those who [...]