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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 survival. He was born extremely prematurely at just under 24 weeks and weighed just 500g, ...
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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. In fact, South Africa is the world’s second-most stressed country, says a research ...
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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 performing physical work outdoors – often leading to a loss of productivity. According ...
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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 taken the issue of practicing good governance seriously enough, or have they merely paid ...
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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 to the outbreak of the Zika virus. “SAA would like to notify its customers that the ...
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