Evicted residents still without services two years later

In 2012, Jouberton residents were evicted from what was allegedly municipal land. Two years, more than 500 households share just three water taps.
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Sex workers demand representation on district AIDS council

Sex workers are asking for representation on the Northern Cape’s John Taolo Gaetsewe District AIDS Council as sex work soars in local mining community.
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Man sent from pillar to post for mystery condition

Ntodeni Kwinda says he has been sent from one health facility to another but no one can say why his cheek has continued to...
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Early treatment credited with curing baby of TB

Earlier this year, OurHealth brought you the story of 7-month-old Kgaogelo who had been diagnosed with tuberculosis (TB). Now, her mother credits early treatment...
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UNFPA, youth mark World Population Day

About 40 percent of South Africans are 35 years old or younger. To mark World Population Day, youth from around the country recently gathered...
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Patients protest poor service at Daveyton clinic after man dies in queue

About 100 protestors took to the streets yesterday to demand the expansion of Daveyton Main Clinic and an end to recurring HIV drug stock...
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Everyday is Mandela Day

With a name like “Nurse,” Nurse Simelane seems destined to make a difference in the lives of others. OurHealth spoke to Simelane and her...
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Limpopo clinic patients give back for Mandela Day

Patients of Limpopo’s Matavhela Clinic spent their Mandela Day giving back to their local clinic and they did not stop there.
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Poor conditions behind hospital’s manicured façade

Behind well-kept gardens, Limpopo’s Donald Fraser Hospital is hiding serious neglect, alledge patients.
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Lifelong ARVs for pregnant women, says Health Minister

All pregnant, HIV positive women will go onto lifelong antiretroviral treatment from January, Health Minister Dr Aaron Motsoaledi announced in his health budget vote...
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