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Meet Pelebox – the convenient medicine ‘ATM’

July 15, 2019

To reduce the long hours patients endure to get their medication at clinics, Neo Hutiri has invented the Pelebox – a simple medication-dispensing solution.

Country’s worst clinic set to get a facelift

June 6, 2019

South Africa’s ‘worst clinic’ which has never undergone renovations its 25-year existence is set to go through refurbishment.

Community suffers as leaders squabble over clinic site

March 27, 2019

Residents of Makhwaleni Village, near the Eastern Cape town of Lusikisiki, have been deprived of a new clinic for years as the Amakhwalo Chief and the ward councillor squabble over where it should be built.

Neglected clinic’s unbearable stench

March 15, 2019

LIMPOPO – A water crisis, piles of stinking garbage and a shortage of HIV tests are the triple challenges staff and patients at the Sibasa Clinic in Makwarela, outside Thohoyandou, deal with daily.

One toilet for patients and staff at Limpopo clinic

November 27, 2018

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.

Potch township’s only 24-hour clinic left with one toilet

October 5, 2018

NORTH WEST – The only 24-hour clinic serving the township of Ikaneng – Boiki Tlhapi Clinic – currently has only one working toilet at the facility.

Clinic too small for community

August 22, 2018

Many patients reliant on state healthcare accept that they have to go to government health clinics where they will have to queue for hours to get assistance.