Despite South Africa being lauded as having one of the most liberal Constitutions in the world, rights organisations say many groups remain marginalised.
While the Constitution is designed to protect the rights of all persons, Prince Nofemela who has been blind since 1996, believes the visually impaired continue to suffer human rights abuses.
Nofemela further states that, "Government has not been able to fulfill its mandate of providing shelter for the blind. We are kicked out of the mainstream education system and shoved into a corner...”
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