At least 10 000 Tonnes of Listeriosis-contaminated meat is to be safely disposed of at various landfill sites country wide.
The Western Cape government says the appointment of a Commissioner of the Environment is not justified.
The Private Rhino Owners' Association has launched an online horn trading platform that it says will not only curb poaching figures but generate revenue to keep Rhinos safe on private reserves.
An information technology hub, iStarter Hub Ltd., on Saturday said it would train 30 women on information technology to enhance their businesses.
Science and Technology Minister Mmamoloko Kubayi-Ngubane says South Africa needs young minds with innovative ideas in order to compete in a fast-changing world.
Panasonic Corp is considering selling a Chinese plant that makes security cameras in a deal it hopes will fetch over $450 million, the Nikkei reported on Saturday.
Science and Technology minister, Mmamoloko Kubayi-Ngubane says South Africa needs young minds with innovative ideas in order to compete in a fast-changing world.
Health practitioners at the 17th World Conference on Tobacco, say smokeless tobacco is as dangerous as any other regular cigarette.
The World Conference on Tobacco ended in Cape Town on Friday with calls to intensify the fight for a tobacco free generation.
Doctors are unsure if Durban triathlete Mhlengi Gwala will ever be able to take part in competitive sport again.
Environmental Affairs Minister, Edna Molewa, has expressed concern over a lack of transformation in the bio-diversity sector.
Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi on Thursday said his department would assist victims of listeriosis and their families with data to institute litigation against companies found to have sold food contaminated with a deadly listeriosis strain. “Those members of community who want to litigate, we will give all the information, we will give them all the […]
Working on Fire and Cape Nature have cleared more than 80 hectares of alien vegetation to increase water supply into the Berg River Dam near Franschhoek in the Boland.
The Minister of Health Aaron Motsoaledi will address the National Assembly on the outbreak of Listeriosis in South Africa.
Women are statistically far more likely to donate a kidney to a partner than receive one, according to a study released Thursday to coincide with World Kidney Day and International Women's Day.
Seven million people around the world die annually as a result of tobacco use. Some 2000 delegates and representatives from over 100 countries are attending the conference. The 17th World Conference on Tobacco or Health currently underway in Cape Town. It’s the first time the conference is held on African soil. And South Africa is […]
Democratic Alliance (DA) leader, Mmusi Maimane, says Day Zero can be avoided this year if Cape Town residents continue to save water.
Researchers on Tuesday unveiled a genetic modification that enables plants to use a quarter less water with scant reduction in yield.
The World Health Organisation has described the outbreak of listeriosis in South Africa in which 180 people have died since January 2017 as the largest ever recorded globally.
Average dam levels across the Western Cape stand at 20%.
Packaged goods company Tiger brands says it hasn't yet established a direct link between its products and the deaths of 180 people, following the Listeriosis outbreak.
The National Consumer Commission has warned the public against disposing off ready-to-eat processed food products in the light of Listeriosis outbreak.
The organisation representing the deciduous fruit industry, Hortgro, says there is no connection between deciduous fruit and the listeriosis outbreak.
Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi says the recall of ready to eat processed foods manufactured by Enterprise and Rainbow Chicken does not mean that the public must believe they are out of danger for contracting Listeriosis.
The two companies linked to the deadly listeriosis outbreak are expected to explain how they plan to recall all their products from retailers when they meet with the National Consumer Commission on Monday.
Major retailers have started removing ready-to-eat processed meat products produced by Enterprise Foods and Rainbow Chicken from their perishable departments.
The KwaZulu-Natal health department's effort to improve its service delivery has received much needed boost.
Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi has urged the public to stop ready to eat processed food products such as polony, viennas and chicken sausages.
Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi says nine children from a creche in Soweto, south of Johannesburg fell ill and were hospitalised for Listeriosis that they had contracted after consuming contaminated food at the creche.
Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi says the source of the current outbreak of Listeriosis in South Africa is Enterprise polony and cold meats. He also announced the contamination has been traced back to an Enterprise manufacturing plant in Polokwane, Limpopo. Motsoaledi has briefed the media in Johannesburg on government’s response to the what has been described […]