Braille Technology has now been incorporated at the Nelson Mandela Centre of Memory and the National Identity Booklet by the Lesedi Community Services together with the Department of Arts and Culture.
The initiative tries to give the visually impaired communities an opportunity to enjoy and appreciate museums and to also have access to information.
Managing Director at LC Services Kim Kotze says they want visually impaired people to be on the same par with visual people, to understand South African history and be active citizens of the country.
“The Braille literate in our country is very bad because visually impaired people only get Braille accommodated in schools, so Braille Technology will improve the literate part of it and enable them to understand the history of the country.”
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