Jumping Kids Director, Michael Stevens chats to Azania Mosaka about his own experience, the Jumping Kids vision and how the charity is helping children living with amputation to live full, active lives.
Jumping Kids role-model Ntando Mahlangu chats to Azania Mosaka about his exceptional performance at the Tokyo Paralympics and life after the Games.
Before jetting off to Prague for the 2016 IWAS U23 World Games (29 June – 3 July), Jumping Kids founder, Johan Snyders chatted to Pretoria FM 104.2 about how it all started, extending the vision, and helping more children gain access to prosthetic equipment required to lead full active lives.
On Saturday, (8 August 2015), Is Ability Sport’s Fred Furstenberg accompanied 13-year old Ntando Mahlangu to the Groot FM studios to chat to Ruben Delmage about the IWAS World Junior Games, Paralympic Sport and the Road to Rio.
On Saturday, 23 May 2015, IsAbility Sport Club manager and Jumping Kids ambassador Fred Furstenberg chatted to Groot FM 90.5 on the sport’s drive about the realities of Paralympic sport in South Africa, the upcoming international season and five talented Jumping Kids Prosthetic Fund affiliates chosen to represent the country at the IWAS Junior World Games.
Paul McNally chats to Michael Stevens from Jumping Kids and Mariette Conning from the CSIR about prosthetic and bionic innovation in Africa.
Jumping Kids volunteer, Michael Stevens recently chatted to SA FM about life as a double amputee, the Celebrity Cycle Tour and Jumping Kids
Vodacom Change the World volunteer, Michael Stevens talks about amputation and his chosen charity on 5FM’s Fresh Drive.
The Jumping Kids Christmas Campaign goes national to gain support.