Diabetes affects everyone, young or old. In South Africa it has killed more people than HIV, hypertension and other forms of disease. It is the deadly disease that has left many families devastated. Diabetes is the deadliest among South African women and the fifth cause of death amongst men. More than 90 000 South Africans […]
The month of November is recognised as Diabetes Awareness Month. It is the time to focus on creating awareness about the symptoms and causes of diabetes and how to reduce the chances of developing it. Diabetes is one of the most common chronic diseases in South Africa. It occurs when the pancreas can no longer […]
The President will address the nation at 20h00 this evening, on developments in South Africa’s risk-adjusted strategy to manage the spread of COVID-19.
People living with disabilities are the most neglected by society due to the stigma and stereotypes surrounding disability. This results in some of them having a fear of going to public places. They usually live in isolation, segregation and poverty. Many of them find it challenging to get access to employment opportunities due to their […]
The month of November is known as the National Disability Rights Awareness Month. Awareness is raised to protect the rights of persons with disabilities as equal citizens in society. National Disability Rights Awareness Month is celebrated from 3rd November to 3rd December to promote the human and socio-economic rights of peoples with disabilities by making […]