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CYRIL RAMAPHOSA: Achieving 75% Reduction In HIV Infections Likely To End AIDS As A Public Health Threat by 2030

CYRIL RAMAPHOSA AS WE continue our efforts to manage the devastating coronavirus pandemic, we cannot ignore the other public health challenges that our country faces. For...

Millions Of People Are On Treatment For HIV: Why Are So Many Still Dying?

TWENTY years ago, treatment for HIV was a rare luxury in South Africa. Exorbitant costs and President Thabo Mbeki's government's fierce opposition to providing...

World Diabetes Day: University of Pretoria Insulin Project Acknowledges Crucial Role Of Nurses In Managing The Disease

Dr PATRICK NGASSA PIOTIE DIABETES is a chronic disease that occurs either when the pancreas does not produce enough insulin or when the body cannot...

Ramaphosa: A Second Wave Of The COVID-19 Could Devastate The Recovering Economy, Risk Lives

CYRIL RAMAPHOSA THE jacaranda trees are in full bloom across the nation’s capital, heralding the start of summer. After a long and difficult winter, the...

Thokozane Ngcongwane: My Roller-coaster Ride Of Mental Health

THOKOZANE NGCONGWANE My name is Thokozane Ngcongwane. I coordinate the UFSS1504 module in the Centre for Teaching and Learning (CTL). The journey of struggles and...

Health Education Could Benefit Neurotic College Students

COLLEGE students are under a lot of stress, even more so lately due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Based on certain personality types, especially neurotic...

COVID-19: This Is What Worries Young People The Most

IT’S often said viruses don’t discriminate. But how the COVID-19 pandemic affects you varies greatly depending on many factors – in particular, when you...

SPECIAL REPORT| How Africa May Lose Out On The Race To Solve The COVID Conundrum

WANJOHI KABUKURU TWO French medical Professors Camille Locht of the French National Institute of Health and Medical Research (INSERM) and the head of intensive medicine...

World’s First COVID-19 Vaccine? A Ray of Hope as Russia’s Sechenov University Successfully Completes Human Trials

MOSCOW| As the world races to come up with an effective vaccine against Covid-19, Russia has become the first country to successfully complete clinical...

Health Minister Zweli Mkhize Says Eastern Cape COVID-19 Scooters Are Not Suitable Ambulances

EASTERN Cape scooter ambulances don't meet the basic criteria for patient transport as an ambulance. This was the response of Health Minister Zweli Mkhize following...
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