HARARE - Shunned because of the physical deformities they were either born with or acquired later in life, people with disabilities are often forgotten and ridiculed.
Loreen Chikoto was born with dwarfism, a genetic defect that makes her smaller than the average person.
When she started dating, people found it odd and when she got pregnant the comments and taunts were even worse.
People who qualify for the privilege A physically handicapped person: How to qualify for the suspension of duty?
The applicant shall apply in writing to the Commissioner General for a possible granting of the suspension of duty stating the disability and also justifying the need for that particular vehicle and submit the following documents: The application may be posted or submitted to any nearest ZIMRA office.
Our members say that meeting someone here is far more comfortable than on regular dating sites, as you don't have to start explaining any mobility issues or conditions you may have, to a prospective partner.
Dating4Disabled is an online community for people with disabilities.
The Customs and Excise Act [Chapter ], together with the Customs and Excise (Suspension) Regulations, provide for the suspension of duty on certain specified motor vehicles imported by physically handicapped persons for their own use.
In terms of the Suspension Regulations, a physically handicapped person can import one passenger type or one light commercial motor vehicle without payment of the applicable Customs Duties.Here at Whispers4u, we pride ourselves on being one of the first, if not the first site of it's kind.Over the years many singles have connected through our unique service and have been married as a result.The site was established in 2004 and since then has been operated by a single individual with a diagnosis of schizoaffective disorder.This is not a faceless corporation but instead a kind community with a leader passionate about improving the lot of its users.Section 83 also mandates the State to ensure that people with disabilities realise their full mental and physical potential through provision of State funded education, access to medical treatment and protection from abuse.