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Puseletso Mabote

Jumping Kid Since 2013

Puseletso  Mabote underwent a lower limb amputation on 17 April 2010 after a horrific vehicle accident. In 2013, he became a beneficiary of the Jumping

Nhlakanipho Madisa

Jumping Kid since 2014

Meet Wisdom Madisa who is in a mainstream school and getting more active every time we see him for his follow-ups at Jumping Kids.

Tyrone Pillay

Ambassador since 2009

Para-field athlete Tyrone Pillay is a Jumping Kids ambassador. He hosted othe StepUp500 fundraising event in 2013 & 2014.

Kananelo Mokhoke

Jumping Kid since 2013

Kananelo was born with a congenital condition affecting his growth, right hand and leg. Despite this, he is developing into a confident young man.  

Ntando Mahlangu

Jumping Kid since 2012

Ntando Mahlangu (T61) was running within weeks after the fitment of his first bilateral lower limb mobility solution in 2012. Only four years later, aged

Tshepo Rasebeka

Jumping Kid since 2016

When Tshepo Rasebeka was only nine months old, he underwent a bilateral amputation through the knee, similar to that of his hero, Ntando Mahlangu.

Emile Burgers

Jumping Kid since 2009

Emile Burgers was born with a right leg shorter than the left and no right foot. That does not stop him from excelling on every level.

Gerhardus Visser

Jumping Kid since 2012

Gerhardus was born with a congenital condition that left him with no fibular in his left leg yet he is developing at a normal pace

Tshireletso Nthongoa

Jumping Kid since 2013

Tshireletso Nthongoa is our ‘happy chappie’ poster child – full of smiles and giggles. This ‘always on the go’ youngster is developing on par with

Reuben van Niekerk

ambassador since 2011

Reuben van Niekerk is an accomplished track, road and mountain bike cyclist who made history in 2014 by becoming the first lower limb amputee to

Top Five Finish for SA’s Young Para Athletes

Wednesday, August 14th, 2019, Uncategorized

The Innovation Hub, 14 August 2019 – South Africa’s young track and field athletes achieved a top five overall finish, out of 35 competing nations, at the World Para Athletics Junior Championships that took place from 1-4 August in Nottwil, Switzerland. The team, consisting of some of the best U17 and U20 male and female […]