Most shopping centres have wide marked disabled parking close to the entrances.
Money templates and coin selectors can be purchased from the South African National Council for the Blind .
South African banknotes are progressively larger in larger denominations.
New banknotes have raised diamond shapes in the middle of the bottom half of each note for tactile identification. A R10 note has one, a R20 note has two, a R50 rand note has three, a R100 note has four and a R200 note has 5.
They also have large geometric shapes on the front for easy identification by people with partial sight. The R10 note has a diamond, the R20 a square, the R50 a circle, the R100 a hexagon and the R200 a honeycomb hexagon.
Be aware that a lot of older notes without these features are still in circulation
These tour operators specialize in providing tours specifically designed for the disabled.
Rolling SA, . Tours for wheelchair bound individuals.
Endeavour Safaris, 23 Lark crescent, Tableview, Cape Town, ☎ +27 (0)21 556-6114 (+27 (0)73 206-7733, email@example.com), . Specializing in accessible travel for people with restricted mobility, visual and hearing impairments, oxygen-users and kidney dialysis dependent individuals.