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London man is ‘cured’ of HIV

March 5, 2019
News  

A London patient appears to have been cured of HIV after a bone marrow transplant from a donor with a special genetic mutation.

Havoc for foreigners after DoH ‘mistake’

March 5, 2019
News  

The National Department of Health (NDoH) has distanced itself from an unconstitutional directive it issued to provincial heads of department nearly two months ago instructing that all non-South African citizens pay in full for all health services.

Despite a cervical cancer vaccine, challenges remain

March 4, 2019
News  

Cervical cancer could be eliminated by the end of this century, thanks to a preventative vaccine. But ignorance is a major barrier to the rollout of the vaccine in South Africa, where the disease is the deadliest cancer for women.

Money needed to rebuild Limpopo hospitals

March 1, 2019
OurHealth  

LIMPOPO – Having been identified as one of the two districts with the worst infrastructure in terms of its health facilities, the Vhembe district’s dilapidated hospitals are set to continue as the worst in the country.

Gauteng surgeons to the rescue of Limpopo babies

March 1, 2019
OurHealth  

LIMPOPO – Over 200 babies born with clubfeet will receive the operations they need to learn to walk properly thanks to the intervention of specialist orthopaedic surgeons from Gauteng.

Evicted: “The Red Ants broke into people’s shacks”

February 27, 2019
ANA   News   Water & Sanitation  

A few days before Christmas, while residents of a farm behind Cradlestone Mall were at work, the notorious Red Ants marched onto the land and tore down their homes.

Nurse accuses boss of assault

February 27, 2019
News  

A nursing assistant who was allegedly assaulted by the director of nursing at Tembisa Hospital is being treated for post-traumatic stress.