House Chairperson, I think I speak on behalf of many people when I say we have some respect for you because you come across as a Minister with conviction on her deployment unlike the hon Ginger who left the Ministry in the intensive care unit, ICU. [Interjections.] ... but surely her results will reflect the inputs. When it comes to the question, I am partly covered. However, I would like ask again so that you can further elaborate. One of the main stumbling to growth for small businesses owned by people living with disabilities is that the general nature of businesses does not cater for people with disabilities. They are marginalised when applying for finance. The general nature of township environment, lack of equipment, and lack of support from the state makes it difficult for businesses run by people with disabilities. So, what intervention has your department made to resolve these challenges? Thank you, House Chairperson.