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- January 3, 2019
Two cases of cholera have been confirmed in the Bojanala District in the North West. Spokesperson for the Department of Health Tebogo Lekgethwane says two men, a 38-year-old from Madibeng and a 68-year-old from Moretele presented with vomiting and diarrhoea. Laboratory tests confirmed that they have cholera. Lekgethwane has urged all those with cholera symptomsREAD MORE
Employees of the North West Transport Investment (NTI) barricaded the entrance to the North West Provincial Legislature in Mahikeng. They are demanding payment of their outstanding salaries. A business Rescue Practitioner was appointed a while ago to run the affairs of the state-owned company. However, workers say they are still not receiving salaries while theirREAD MORE
One of the world’s leading Aids researchers, Professor Quarraisha Abdool Karim from the Centre for the Aids Programme of Research in South Africa – says a systems approach is needed for the HIV/Aids pandemic that encompasses medical interventions, as well as the target group, and how to make it available to them. This as peopleREAD MORE
KwaZulu-Natal has topped the list of the most murders committed in Quarter 4 of 2022/23, according to the crime stats released by Police Minister Bheki Cele on Tuesday. In the first three months of the year 2023, South Africa saw 6 289 murders reported nationally. Umlazi and Inanda are the areas where this crime isREAD MORE
The Gauteng Department of Health has condemned the shooting and killing of a Chief Oral hygienist near the Chris Hani Baragwanath Academic Hospital, in Soweto on Tuesday morning. According to the department, the deceased was on her way to work at the Lilian Ngoyi Community Health Centre at the time of the incident. Gauteng HealthREAD MORE
Police minister, Bheki Cele, says fewer rapes have been reported in the first quarter of this year. Cele released the crime statistics for the fourth quarter of the 2022/23 financial year at Parliament earlier on Tuesday. More than 10 500 people were raped from January to March this year, 306 cases less than the sameREAD MORE