Health
DISEASE eThekwini encourages the continued battle against HIV/Aids
The role of NGOs and civil society in assisting government in the fight against HIV/Aids is critical and is already yielding results concerning statistics of HIV related deaths and new infections.
02 Dec 2013
NEW FITNESS PARK Thematic Kalafong Heights officially opened
Members of the Mayoral Committee, Petunia Mashaba and Nozipho Tyobeka Makeke, officially opened the Kalafong Heights Fitness Park in Atteridgeville at the end of last month.
27 Nov 2013
HEALTH Cape Town promotes healthy living
As part of the annual World Diabetes Day awareness campaign, the City of Cape Town is continually looking at ways to assist its residents in leading healthy lifestyles in a bid to prevent and manage diabetes.
15 Nov 2013
Duduza water is safe to drink Ekurhuleni has best water in SA
The Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality assures residents of Duduza that the water is safe to drink.
19 Sep 2013
Preventing animal cruelty City of Cape Town calls for public comment
The City of Cape Town’s draft Animal Welfare Policy opens for public comment next week. Residents are encouraged to provide input into the city’s efforts to promote animal care.
13 Sep 2013
Health, wealth and prosperity Municipalities must consider their people
The general health of all our people will have a direct impact on the way our cities and municipalities will function in the 21st century – hence the desperate need to create smarter and healthier cities.
16 May 2013
Ekurhuleni fire chief gets promoted SAESI's new president, Ofentse Masibi
Ekurhuleni fire chief to take over as Southern African emergency services institute president
14 May 2013
WC a finalist for GlobalStar Award Spotlight on the health department
The Western Cape's Department of Health is a finalist in the GlobalStar Awards in recognition of their outstanding efforts in deriving business value from innovative and successful OpenText deploymen
20 Nov 2012
Let's get physical Aerobics for Metrorail commuters
In an attempt to create a physically fit populace in the province, public aerobics sessions will soon be rolled out at train stations in a number of municipalities in the Western Cape
06 Nov 2012
Cleanliness is next to ... 'Water and Sanitation Master Plan' being developed
Government will pump billions into the SIPS 18 project in order to bring an end to the country's sanitation problems in all our provinces.
19 Sep 2012
Healthier cities in the RSA New research shows a 35% decline in new HIV infections
South Africans who live in the cities are perceived as better off than those in rural areas because they can acquire better healthcare much easier. However, the increased incidence, where women die in childbirth, children perish from preventable diseases and our country's overall disease burden makes it into the headlines on a weekly basis.
17 Aug 2012 - M. M.
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