We understand that the internet should be accessible to anyone and we’re committed to maintaining standards that enable accessibility for everyone, in spite of their situation or ability.
In line with our vision to make the web accessible for everyone, we strive to maintain the best possible accessibility standards by using the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.1 (WCAG 2.1) level AA success criteria as our model.
The WCAG is a set of guidelines that were established by the World Wide Web Consortium’s (W3C) Web Accessibility Initiative, that describe how to make all web content accessible to a broad range of people with disabilities.
We use a web accessibility interface that helps people with disabilities to adjust our website’s UI and design to meet their specific needs.
We aim to provide the highest standards of accessibility on our website, because we understand the moral and practical importance of being compliant with the WCAG 2.1 AA standards. We perform regular scans to identify and fix any accessibility issues that may arise. Despite our best efforts to uphold the highest possible accessibility standards on our website, you may find that there may be some pages or components of our website that may fall short of accessibility standards. This may be because we have not yet identified, or are currently in the process of identifying the best possible solution for such a problem.
To enable the accessibility assistant on our website, navigate to the accessibility icon at the corner of the page and click it. The menu will appear. You can then interact with the icons and options to suit your specific needs.
We are able to make websites accessible to people with disabilities by providing specialized profiles through the Accessibility Assistant. The disability profiles supported on our website are:
Other adjustable settings are:
Support for assistive technology
We use modern methods such as semantic HTML and ARIA (Accessible Rich Internet Applications) attributes to ensure that our website is accessible to user agents(browsers, assistive technology, etc)
We strive to provide support for user agents (browsers, extensions, and assistive technologies), so that our customers can choose suitable tools, with little or no limitations. We have support for the major user agents in the market such as Google Chrome, Apple Safari, Opera, Mozilla Firefox, and Microsoft Edge, JAWS, ORCA, and NVDA.
We provide support for the following disabilities:
We want the public to know that in spite of our commitment to an accessible web, it may be possible to find sections of our website that are not completely accessible but are in the process of becoming accessible. This is because we are continually expanding and improving our technology in a bid to reach the highest standards attainable.