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NGO builds wheelchair ramps in Limpopo homes

November 23, 2018

Health activists are striving to improve the lives of disabled children in a Limpopo village by renovating their homes.

‘Limpopo’s hospitals are under attack’ Health MEC

November 22, 2018

LIMPOPO – An armed robbery at the Letaba Hospital residence that saw three doctors shot and injured by men who entered the doctors’ residence in the early hours of Thursday morning has impacted badly on the province, jeopardising 24-hour health care.

Home Affairs mix up means no grant money

November 2, 2018

Limpopo – Gogo Maria Lebepe (67) said she should be resting at home looking after her grandchildren but instead she is being sent from pillar to post by the Department of Home Affairs (DHA) as a mix-up with her ID drags on.

Limpopo Health confident of turnaround strategy

October 30, 2018

The Limpopo Department of Health is confident that it has developed a turnaround strategy that will successfully revive the healthcare system in the province.

Injectable contraceptives shortage in Limpopo is ‘not a crisis’

October 9, 2018

While injectable contraceptives are in short supply at Limpopo’s public health facilities emerges, the Department of Health (DoH) maintains there is no crisis and patients need to simply opt for other methods of family planning.

Malaria cases reported in Limpopo

September 21, 2018

While some parts of Limpopo Province have started reporting cases of malaria, the Malaria Institute in the province has dismissed claims of an outbreak saying everything is in place to control further infections.

Skilled nurses strengthen HIV fight

September 14, 2018

The Limpopo Department of Health says nurses who complete a specialist programme are an important weapon in the fight against HIV/Aids.