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Bells and Whistles: Cycling for Safety

November 28, 2018       Multimedia  

WATCH: Tebogo Mmazwi takes bicycle safety so seriously that he has now become famous for his hard-to-miss bike.

Rural filmmaker breaks infertility silence

November 28, 2018
OurHealth  

Infertility is seldom talked about in rural communities but award-winning filmmaker Molatelo Maenetja has made a film, When Babies Don’t Come, to break the stigma surrounding the issue.

NHI Bill being pushed for elections?

November 27, 2018
News  

The Presidency and Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi seem intent on pushing the National Health Insurance (NHI) Bill through Parliament before next year’s election despite major unanswered questions.

Thulo’s tanning skill feeds him

November 27, 2018
OurHealth  

Enterprising rural villager Thulo Tshehlo has come up with an enterprising way to make a living for himself using only a stone and a spade as his tools of the trade.

One toilet for patients and staff at Limpopo clinic

November 27, 2018
OurHealth  

LIMPOPO – With only a single working toilet shared by both male and female patients at Sibasa Clinic in Makwarela, outside Thohoyandou, security personnel at the clinic are concerned.

Crime syndicate targets Limpopo hospitals

November 26, 2018
OurHealth  

A criminal syndicate seems to be targeting Limpopo hospitals after two armed robberies within 24 hours at doctors’ residences.

Violence ruins lives: Villagers take action

November 26, 2018
OurHealth  

EASTERN CAPE – Ahead of the annual marking of 16 Days of Activism for no violence against Women and Children, rural villagers have taken to the streets to speak out.

Litigation is in the air

November 26, 2018
News  

Mpumalanga’s filthy air is likely to be the subject of court action, as environmental justice groups have grown tired of government giving Eskom’s coal-fired power stations free passes to pollute.