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Limpopo moves to curb malaria

January 4, 2018
OurHealth   Rural Health  

The Limpopo Malaria Institute says a high number of malaria cases have already been reported in the province and work is underway to disinfect close to 800 000 households across Limpopo.

Villagers blame dirty river after malaria scare

November 9, 2017
News   OurHealth  

LIMPOPO – After a rush of malaria cases were reported, rural villagers in Vhembe are blaming the illegal dumping of dirty nappies and dirty rivers for fuelling the spread of malaria-carrying mosquitos.

Malaria count up to 2000 since April

May 25, 2017
Malaria   News   OurHealth  

LIMPOPO – While the number of patients reporting to clinics and hospitals with malaria in Mopani is dropping, the provincial health department remains concerned as the battle to end the current outbreak continues.

Climate change brings unseasonal malaria outbreak

May 13, 2017
News  

The recent outbreak caused panic as hospitals overflowed with malaria patients.

Medicine shortages fuel shock malaria outbreak

May 12, 2017
News  

Medicine shortages and the weather are to blame for the recent spike in malaria cases and resulting crisis.

Mpumalanga Health Department working hard to stop malaria

December 7, 2016
News  

The Mpumalanga Health Department joined forces recently with the Southern African Development Community (SADC) to plan how to tackle malaria transmission in the province.

Limpopo reports rash of malaria cases

January 18, 2016
News   OurHealth  

Several malaria cases are being reported in northern Limpopo daily, according to Limpopo Department of Health Spokesperson Mack Lesufi.