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History

Curamus was established in 1990 to serve and support former and current members of the SADF, non-statutory forces, as well as the current SANDF. We also have members who serve in the SA Police as well as the Departement of Correctional Services.

The original purpose was to care for South African Defence Force members who became wounded and disabled in the execution of their duties.

After 1994 Curamus was restructured to include all disabled Veterans of the South African National Defence Force.

Civilian employees and dependants were then also included.


Our Vision

“Our vision is to be the organisation that creates and/or utilises opportunities through which members with disabilities of the (Security Forces) can realise their full potential, can become valued members of the community, and can experience quality of life, by creating:

  • A National Rehabilitation centre for Veterans and other defence personnel with disabilities.
  • A Research centre on disability.
  • Job placement agency for disabled persons and job creation centre.
  • National sports events for people with disabilities.
  • Services to persons with disabilities in SADEC region.
  • An International voice for victims who became disabled as a result of conflict .”

Website: http://www.curamusassociation.co.za/
Facebook:http://www.facebook.com/pages/Curamus-Association-for-Security-Force-Disabled/128715300494833

 

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Lt Schoemies

on 13 May
 

Curamus Association (Curamus)

Curamus was established in 1990 to serve and support former and current members of the SADF, non-statutory forces, as well as the current SANDF. We also have members who serve in the SA Police as well as the Departement of Correctional Services. The original purpose was to care for South African Defence Force members who became wounded and disabled in the execution of their duties. After 1994 Curamus was restructured to include all disabled Veterans of the South African National Defence Force.Civilian employees and dependants were then also included.
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Posted by

Lt Schoemies

on 2 September

Church service dedicated in spirit and faith to Curamus and people with disabilities

Kobus Swart, the CEO of Curamus and Mr Piet Motsoeneng attended a church service of the Charisma Pentecostal Assembly Thaba Tshwane on Sunday, 1 September 2013 on behalf of Curamus. The service was dedicated in spirit and faith to Curamus and people with disabilities. Mr Swart also received a donation from Pastor Ricky Pillay on behalf of Curamus. The Curamus Association wishes to express it's gratitude and appreciation to the congregation for their gesture and donation, which is much appreciated!!!! On the photo from left to right at the back is Pastor Ricky Pillay, Mr Piet Motsoeneng, Mr Don van Schalkwyk with Mr Kobus Swart in front.
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Posted by

Lt Schoemies

on 2 September

Outing to Voortrekker Monument

The Curamus Association made it possible for 21 patients of Ward 7 (Pshycologal) & 13 (Spinal & Neuro) to go on an outing to the Voortrekker Monument on Thursday, 29 August 2013. The patients of these wards enjoyed the outing thoroughly and staff mentioned that psychologically it is good therapy for the patients.
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Posted by

Lt Schoemies

on 2 September

Military Veteran Vusi Malinga

The Curamus Association financially assisted Vusi Malinga a military veteran during July 2013 with the construction of ramp (four stairs high) and a driveway to get access to his house. Vusi was paralysed in December 2012. He underwent several operations at 1 Military Hospital and was only discharge in July 2013. Vusi expressed his appreciation in a letter towards Curamus for their assistance in enhancing his life.
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Posted by

Lt Schoemies

on 2 September

Casual Day Event

The CEO of the Curamus Association, Kobus Swart was invited by Col P.A. van der Merwe, Officer Commanding of Personnel Service School and Warrant Officer Class1 R. Chetty to address personnel and students on the upcoming Casual Day event and the Curamus Association on Monday, 19 August 2013.
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Lt Schoemies

on 2 September
 

Congratulations, Anton Franken

The Curamus Association would like to congratulate Anton Franken a Curamus member and military veteran of 61 Mech on receiving his General Services and Propatria Medals on Saturday, 24 August 2013 at the 61 Mech Ceremonial and Medal ceremony at the Ditsong National War Museum in Saxonwald, Johannesburg.
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Posted by

Lt Schoemies

on 2 September
 

Loslitdag, 4 September 2013

Die Departement van Verdediging en Curamus vier Loslitdag op Vrydag, 6 September 2013 by die Lugmagbasis Swartkop vanaf 9:00 - 15:00. Hoogtepunte is ondermeer opvoerings deur die Lugmagorkes en ander kunstenaars. Daar is is ook 'n biertuin, kosstalletjies en 'n vlooimark en vele ander items! Almal word uitgenooi om die ons dag te kom ondersteun. Toegang is slegs 'n Loslit plakker verkry deur Curamus en weermag eenhede!
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Posted by

Lt Schoemies

on 18 August

Doen dit groot - vir persone met gestremdheid

Doen dit groot - vir persone met gestremdheid

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Curamus-Association-for-Security-Force-Disabled/128715300494833
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Posted by

Lt Schoemies

on 18 August
 

Beeld: ‘Ek wil met hom versoen’ Vlieënier, ou vyand gou byeen

’n Voormalige lugmagvlieënier wat ’n kwadrupleeg is nadat ’n Kubaanse MiG- vlieënier sy Mirage in 1987 met ’n missiel raak geskiet het, beoog om gou dié Kubaan te ontmoet.

http://www.beeld.com/nuus/2013-06-23-ek-wil-met-hom-versoen
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Posted by

Lt Schoemies

on 4 April

Curamus Association presented hampers to the remaining soldiers, who got wounded in the Central African Republic (CAR)

Curamus Association on Wednesday, 3 April 2013, presented hampers to the remaining soldiers, who got wounded in the Central African Republic (CAR) and are still been treated at 1 Military Hospital. Curamus made this gesture to show their appreciation to these soldiers for the bravery they displayed in the CAR and making us proud. The hampers was handed over by the CEO of the Curamus Association, Mr Kobus Swart.
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