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Gauteng's plan to clear surgery backlog
In a bid to address surgical backlogs, Gauteng Health MEC Gwen Ramokgopa has sent a letter of request to facilitate a handover of the site where Soshanguve District Hospital will be built... read
Are foreigners really entitled to free healthcare in South Africa?

SASHA STEVENSON

Directives recently issued by the national and Gauteng health departments requiring foreign nationals to pay in full for healthcare at public facilities weren't only a threat to public health, they may have been downright illegal...read
Children are dying in pain because they cannot get the medicines they need

MICHELLE MEIRING

I had a patient last year, a four-year-old boy, with a type of cancer called neuroblastoma. After initial treatment, the cancer came back, growing in the confined space between his spine and stomach, causing unbearable pain...read
Hospital Groups
Cohsasa is looking for a surveyor/quality advisor

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Infectious Diseases
WHO puts influenza plan in place
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Malaria
Antimalarial drugs on bed nets could lead to drop in malaria transmission
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Mental health
Bridging the mental health gap
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Nutrition
Salt is bad for you: but how it affects your body is still frontier science

ALTA SCHUTTE & MICH√ČL STRAUSS

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What SA dietitians say about the planetary health diet

ISSUED BY ASSOCIATION FOR DIETETICS IN SOUTH AFRICA

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Public Health
Chronic kidney disease needs to be redefined
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Business
#StartupStory: Getting to the core of Algorithm Agency

EVAN-LEE COURIE

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Should SA look at a more digitised election process?

MARIUS COETZEE

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Jobs offered
Quality Advisor/Surveyor - Cape Town
COHSASA is looking for a quality advisor/surveyor. Read more >>

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