OUR STORY

Sinah Motsielwa began her career as an academic and respected high school teacher. She later established an education center followed by a Creative Arts program for disabled learners. Sinah realised that very few resources were available to meet the special needs of blind, deaf and physically challenged children. She began structuring a workable curriculum, developing appropriate course material and sourcing tools to unlock their potential so that they could be integrated into mainstream society.

She approached her business-minded son, Mogomotsi for advice. Where Sinah saw human potential, Mogomotsi saw business potential. The business expanded and was named Tshirologo (which  means ‘to be unveiled’ in Setswana). Its successes saw Mogomotsi named one of 200 prominent Young South Africans by the Mail and Guardian in 2011.

OUR PURPOSE

To make a meaningful difference in the lives of those marginalised by disability (including those with mild to moderate physical disability, visual and hearing impairments, and autism).

TO UPLIFT AND UPSKILL DISABLED PEOPLE ACROSS AFRICA

OUR PHILOSOPHY

We’re passionate about people and helping find supportive solutions that enable the disabled to overcome adversity while performing optimally in the workplace and in mainstream society.

PEOPLE, PASSION AND PERFORMANCE BEYOND ADVERSITY

OUR VALUES

Passion

Quality

Integrity

Hard Work

Commitment

Innovation

Resilience

OUR CORE BUSINESS OBJECTIVES

Our mission is to promote inclusivity and integration of blind, deaf and other disabled people.

We do this by upskilling through education, training and providing access to the latest in technological support.

OUR BUSINESS

To make a meaningful difference in the lives of those marginalised by disability (including those with mild to moderate physical disability, visual and hearing impairments, and autism).