Self-testing kits and vending machines distributing prescription drugs are two ways that HIV treatment is being automated to reduce stigma in SA, home of the world’s biggest HIV epidemic.
An investigation into how 1‚326 properties were damaged in a violent storm has flagged concerns about sub-standard building materials and a construction company, and has led to the suspension of th
The constitutional review committee which has been tasked by Parliament to review section 25 of the Constitution will be embarking on an extensive public participation process to consider views on
Moody’s has criticised the city of Cape Town over its handling of the water-supply crisis, saying it will have severe consequences for the city’s long-term finances.
Despite reports that the Western Cape was out of the danger zone‚ the Gift of the Givers has dispersed 120 tons of water from its Joburg office to parts of the drought-stricken province‚ saying som
Medical waste from the Letaba Hospital is flowing directly into the Letaba River‚ said Lindy Wilson MP and DA shadow deputy minister of health‚ following an oversight visit to the Tzaneen hospital
The drought has halted economic growth in the Western Cape‚ finance MEC Ivan Meyer said in his budget speech on Wednesday.
Treasury expects to bring in more than R3bn extra from increases in so-called sin taxes in the 2018-19 fiscal year — if the new “sugar tax” is included under that umbrella.
Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba cracked opened a R6bn war chest to assist areas in the country hardest hit by drought, particularly the Western Cape and Cape Town.
Cape Town, contending with the worst drought on record, has pushed out the estimated date on which it may have to turn off water supplies to residents by more than four weeks to May 11, as use by f
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