Goalball is exclusively a sport for athletes with a visual impairment. It was invented in 1946 in an effort to rehabilitate the blind veterans from World War II and was
introduced to the world in 1976 at the Paralympics in Toronto. Goalball competitions are set apart from all other Paralympic events due to the
unique atmosphere inside the playing venue. The sport is active in all provinces.
The convenor for Goalball is Thabiso Lehoko.