Health-e (Cape Town)


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  • South Africa: Sex in Mother City Under Spotlight

    Almost a quarter of Capetonians admit to starting a new relationship while still being in a relationship with someone else, according to a new study looking at sex in the Mother... Read more »

April 10

April 09

  • South Africa: TB - Taxis' Deadly Passenger

    Millions of South Africans rely on minibus taxis daily, but South Africa's most widely used mode of public transport could also be ferrying a deadly passenger. Read more »

  • South Africa: Health-E News 2014 Annual Report

    Health-e News is proud to release its 2014 annual report, detailing another year of health journalism and impact. Read more »

April 08

April 07

  • South Africa: South Africa - a Fat, Hungry Nation

    Food is a big issue in South Africa - we're the fattest country in sub-Saharan Africa and one of the 20 fattest countries in the world. At the same time, one in every four South... Read more »

April 04

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April 02

  • South Africa: Schools Go Green to Beat Hunger

    Khangezile Primary School east of Johannesburg has been chosen as one of eight schools nationwide to help pilot new, eco-friendly ways for women to feed their families. Read more »

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March 25

  • South Africa: MDR-TB - the Struggle At Home

    After being diagnosed with multidrug-resistant tuberculosis (MDR-TB), Olebogeng Selumi was recently discharged from the Northern Cape's Kimberley Hospital. Back at home, it is a... Read more »

March 24

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