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Modern medicine gives highly premature babies a fighting chance

One in seven SA babies are ‘preemies’   Seeing four-year-old Joshua Rohner of Cape Town today, you would never guess that the first weeks of his young life were a desperate struggle for ...
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Complex dynamics of mental health can be avoided, advises Thebemed

Absenteeism costs the South African economy between R12 billion and R16 billion a year, according to Statistics South Africa. Stress has been identified as one of the primary causes of this epidemic of ill health ...
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Keeping SA workforce hydrated prevents loss of productivity

With soaring temperatures during this summer season, a greater focus has been placed on preventing dehydration in children and the elderly. Often overlooked, however, is the risk of dehydration among South Africans ...
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Poor governance and lip-service creates unsustainable organisations

Article by Terrance M. Booysen It is a fact; since the collapse of so many iconic organisations across the world, the subject of corporate governance has intensified. But have boards and their directors ...
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SAA continues flying to Brazil despite virus outbreak

Pretoria: South African Airways (SAA) will continue to fly between Johannesburg and Sao Paolo, in Brazil, after the World Health Organization concluded that there is no justification to impose a travel ban due ...
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First Lady observes World Cancer Day

Pretoria: - First Lady, Tobeka Madiba Zuma, has shared her hopes and dreams for a healthier South Africa with cancer patients and their families at two Pretoria hospitals. The First Lady on Thursday paid a visit ...
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5 Digital Trends that Will Change Your Life in 2016

      Kate West, Digital Learning Manager at Shift ONE Digital     The digital space is always shifting, expanding, creating room for more. Our newsfeeds ...
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Contracting out of legislative protection

    By Donald Dinnie, Director Norton Rose Fulbright South Africa Inc.         The law obliges medical schemes to pay the costs of treating prescribed ...
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How Home Affairs is destroying families

Opinion Piece by Gary S Eisenberg, Immigration lawyer at Eisenberg de Saude   According to the current status quo, the Department of Home Affairs will not grant foreign parents the right to permanently ...
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SA pleased with outcomes of AU Summit

Pretoria: President Jacob Zuma has welcomed the outcome of the 26th Ordinary Summit of the Heads of State and Government of the African Union (AU). The summit, which took place under the theme: “2016 - African ...
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Every 35 seconds a child dies from pneumonia

ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia: EVERY BREATH COUNTS, a global campaign addressing pneumonia, the single biggest child-killer in the world, was launched today by UNICEF and other global partners. This campaign has been initiated ...
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De-stress for a healthier pregnancy

Pregnancy Awareness Week brings motherhood into focus   South Africa is the second most stressed country in the world, according to a 2013 study by Bloomberg, with the most stressed nation being Nigeria ...
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Top tips for a safe summer outdoors

As our famous South African summer continues, many will be making the most of the weather as well as South Africa’s beautiful natural landscapes over weekends and getaways by taking part in outdoor activities ...
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POPI: The right to protect your personal information

By Terrance Mark Booysen and reviewed by Nicholas Hall (Associate: Michalsons Attorneys)   Last year there was a flurry of activity when it was reported that a well-known South African cell phone company ...
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A Key Challenge of the Fourth Industrial Revolution: Staying Human – and Humane

Rapid technological advances, including the proliferation of artificial intelligence, challenge individuals to maintain their essential humanity More than 2,500 business, government and civil society leaders ...
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Preparing for the Next Pandemic: Fear Cannot be our Motivation

WHO’s Chan: national and local capacity must be built to prevent economic, growth and stability issues that arise from health crises William H. Gates III: Surveillance and primary care are critical to building ...
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