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In South Africa we celebrate National Disability Awareness Month from 3 November to 3 December annually to educate South Africans on the rights of fellow patriots living with disabilities. It is a month dedicated to diminishing the barriers of disability and improving the quality of life of people living with disabilities .

The staff and the players at Wheelchair Tennis South Africa would like to extend their support to this wonderful and necessary initiative to all people with disabilities in our country. "Disability has nothing to do with ability"

Our players, our heroes, and our role models, Lucas Sithole, Kg Montjane and Evans Maripa have shown that disability does not hold you back from reaching your dreams.

"When you know what you want, you can get It – Just go for It." – Kgothatso Montjane

We would also like to extend a heartfelt thank you to our game sponsor Airports Company South Africa for their dedication, support and commitment in empowering, advancing and improving the lives of people living with disabilities and loving the game of wheelchair tennis.

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Wheelchair Tennis South Africa and Airports Company South Africa Partnership:
The Airports Company South Africa is the official sponsor of Wheelchair Tennis South Africa and the sport of wheelchair tennis. Airports Company South Africa has contributed no less than R26-million to date and has committed to a continued investment in the sport as its flagship Corporate Social Investment programme.

Wheelchair Tennis South Africa through the continued sponsorship from Airports Company South Africa hosts:
✓ Six International Tennis Federation (ITF) tournaments,
✓ Three National Camps,
✓ An opportunity for top performers to participate abroad
✓ Grassroot programmes at no less than 60 community centres and schools across South Africa

For more information, please contact Bianca Morkel Tel: 083 386 4002 Fax: 086 651 6664 Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . Other resources worth a visit include:; or join our Facebook page and group: Wheelchair Tennis SA and follow us on Twitter: @WCTennis.