NOKWAZI Ngobeni dreams of being able to do any job without difficulties.

And to do this, she needs artificial legs. The mother of three, who’s living with a disability, said she has accepted her condition.

“I was born with short legs and got my first wheelchair in 2000. It’s no longer in good condition and I received another one in February, but it’s hard to use in the village,” said Nokwazi.

The 29-year-old from Merry Pebble Stream Village outside Thulamahashe near Bushbuckridge, Mpumalanga asked SunReaders for help with artificial legs.

“It’s hard to move around and I wish to get artificial legs.

“I live with my kids who can’t push me on the wheelchair. I believe Good Samaritans will help me,” she said.