US regulators have approved the first pill that contains a digital tracking sensor to alert doctors and caregivers as to whether a patient is taking the medication as scheduled.
The South African Weather Service has warned the public to brace itself for an unseasonal cold weather across the country starting on Tuesday night.
Surgeons at Tygerberg Hospital in Cape Town have begun with reconstructive surgery on 41 children as part of Smile Week.
Suspended Mental Health Director Makgabo Manamela has finally agreed to testify at the Life Esidimeni hearings in Parktown, Johannesburg on Monday next week.
World Diabetes Day is commemorated on the 14th of November across the world to highlight and the plight of diabetes, such as its dangers and how to live the potentially life threatening disease.
The City of Cape Town says warm and windy weather conditions are contributing to the decline in dam levels in the province.
HIV/Aids experts from five continents have come together in Cape Town to discuss the epidemic.
The Cango wildlife ranch at Oudtshoorn in the little Karoo is experiencing an animal baby boom.
The Department of Environmental Affairs has made available a budget of over a million rand to clean up the Swartkops River in the Eastern Cape.
With 1.3 million living with diabetes in KwaZulu-Natal, communities are heeding the call for healthy living to combat this pandemic.
The municipality says it urgently needs R45 million to drill more boreholes to stop taps from running dry.
Earthlife Africa Johannesburg will march in the city on Saturday, calling on the South African government to abandon its plans to build new nuclear power stations.
The Karee Dam at Calvinia in the Northern Cape is empty once again.
The Health Department in KwaZulu-Natal has unveiled a liquid-based cytology as a new method of screening cervical cancer.
A leading astronaut has urged young children to choose Maths and Science in school.
Former Gauteng Health MEC ,Qedani Mahlangu ,will testify at the life Esidimeni Arbitration hearings from 22nd to 26th January 2018.
Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi and other Health ministers from SADC nations are at Giyani in Limpopo to commemorate SADC Malaria Day.
About a year after raising concerns about the implementation of the Small-Scale Fishing Policy, subsistence fisher-folk have finally received feedback.
A new drug has been making waves internationally and is now on the streets locally, with a number of cases reported in Durban.
A clean water supply from a desalination plant is coming closer in Cape Town, as the city assesses the conditions of the pipelines that will connect to the plant.
Farmers in Beaufort West in the Central Karoo have expressed their gratitude for much needed feed donated by a farmer from Delmas in Mpumalanga.
Crime fighting mobile App "Namola" has officially been launched nationwide. Namola is a free crime response App that allows users to share their GPS coordinates, name and nature of the emergency with a 24/7 response call centre.
The annual meeting of health ministers and senior health officials from the SADC group of nations plans to tackle major diseases affecting member states.
Uber on Wednesday unveiled a partnership with NASA that will see it develop flying taxis priced competitively with standard Uber journeys.
The Organ Donor Foundation says it hopes to attract more people to donate organs through its grassroots mass education programme.
The Knysna Estuary is the heart of this Garden Route town in the Southern Cape. With rare occurring species like the Knysna Seahorse, protection is needed, especially with the on-going illegal sea activity. A new law enforcement boat, iLindile, has been introduced to help officials combat the problem. iLindile, meaning “it awaits”, is a rubber […]
Hopes that former Gauteng Health MEC Qedani Mahlangu will testify at the Life Esidimeni Arbitration hearings have increased with unconfirmed reports that she has been suspended by the institution in the UK where she has been studying.
The South African National Blood Services (SANBS) has appealed to citizens countrywide to donate blood.
The South African Macadamia Industry has projected estimated losses of revenue due to increasing cases of theft of the macadamia crops.
Disaster Management in Cape Town has called on the public to be vigilant as windy conditions persist across the Peninsula.