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Be vigilant of monkeypox: SAMA

The South African Medical Association (SAMA) has recommended vigilance among its members and the public after the discovery of the first monkeypox case in South Africa on Thursday. While the case has...

SA records 1 006 new COVID-19 cases

South Africa now has 1 529 420 confirmed COVID-19 cases after 1 006 people were confirmed to have contracted the virus in the last 24 hours. According to the latest data, the new infections...

WHO expert team arrives in SA

The first team of experts from the World Health Organization, who will assist South Africa in its fight against the coronavirus, arrived in the country on Wednesday, August 5. A total of...

WHO recognises traditional medicine in COVID-19 treatment

The World Health Organisation (WHO) announced that it recognises the benefits of traditional healing and other alternative medicines as possible treatments for COVID-19, and will conduct studies into its effects. In a...

The WHO wants to rid the world of hepatitis by 2030: why it’s a...

Four years ago, the World Health Organisation (WHO) rolled out its global strategy to eliminate hepatitis by 2030. Known as a "silent killer" disease, hepatitis is a viral disease that causes inflammation of...

Food Safety in Africa: Consumer Goods Forum Global Summit in Cape Town

International partnership to be ‘sealed’ at the consumer goods forum global summit in Cape Town on 15 June. An estimated 2,000 people in Africa die from food safety-related illnesses every day, according...

Hospital plan uptake on the increase as medical costs soars

As pressure on household incomes grow, interest rates increase and levels of discretionary income decline, more South Africans are looking at ways of trimming their monthly budgets. One of the first...

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Cape Town has the ninth-worst traffic congestion in the world

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