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Miracle HIV cure man visits SA

September 12, 2017
HIV Treatment  

Timothy Ray Brown is one in 70 million – the only person in the world who has been cured of HIV.

Tax on sugary drinks by April

September 6, 2017
News  

The proposed tax on sugary drinks is likely to be introduced in April 2018, although there is still disagreement on the exact level of tax.

Want to know how good your doctor is?

August 31, 2017
Health Management  

If patients had better information about private health providers, this would stimulate competition, says the Health Market Inquiry

TAC is back!

August 28, 2017
HIV and AIDS  

The Treatment Action Campaign accused politicians for turning their backs on HIV and TB at its 6th National Congress last week

No SANAC board for Criselda

August 24, 2017
HIV and AIDS  

Controversial talk show host Criselda Kananda-Dudumashe will not serve on the board of the South African National Aids Council (SANAC), after she declined her nomination.

Dire shortage of dentists

August 24, 2017
Health Management   News  

Do you need a dentist and live in North West? Best you move, especially if your teeth need any special attention.

Weak economy compromises health service delivery – SAHR

August 24, 2017
Health Management  

While state-owned enterprises get frequent billion rand bail-outs and state corruption may have cost R100-billion, the public health sector is under massive pressure to cut costs – and this is threatening healthcare.