North West Health MEC Dr Magome Masike he is confident that the crippling strike by National Health and Allied Workers Union members which has halted health services will resolved.
Using advanced data analytics, it is now possible to collect data about how South Africans use water on a more frequent basis.
The EU law which takes effect, next month says companies will face fines if they collect or use personal information without permission.
The Department of Water and Sanitation will release water from the Berg River Dam in the Boland to the Misverstand Dam in the Swartland on Wednesday afternoon.
Head of the Centre for Enteric Diseases at NICD says, the number of Listeriosis cases week on week has come down dramatically since the recall was announced on the forth of March.
Today is World Haemophilia Day and the South African Haemophilia Foundation (SAHF) has arranged events throughout the month to educate the public about the condition.
Facebook confirmed on Monday that it also collected information from people beyond their social network use.
The Gauteng Health Department has paid over R500-million for medical negligence cases since January last year.
The City of Cape Town says it's concerned that water consumption over the past week has spiked by 5%.
A US federal judge ruled on Monday that Facebook Inc must face a class action lawsuit alleging that the social network unlawfully used a facial recognition process on photos without user permission.
Facebook took out full-page ads in European newspapers Monday to trumpet tough new EU legislation that promises "more data protection for you", as the company seeks to win back trust following a damaging privacy scandal.
The Minister for Health, Prof. Isaac Adewole, says the prevalence rate of malaria has been reduced from 42% in 2010 to 27% in 2015.
Families with children living with autism have called on government to build more schools that cater for children with special needs.
It is said that every minute, one garbage truck of plastic is dumped into the South African oceans.
The City of Cape Town says they have identified 29 informal settlements prone to flooding during the coming winter season.
Families and various professionals have called on government to build more schools for children living with special needs and autism so they can lead a normal life.
Thousands of academics, scientists and civil society members from around the world took part in the annual Global March for Science.
Environmental activists have appealed to communties within the Commonwealth to seriously tackle the issue of ocean pollution.
Scientists are awaiting pathology results after a group of common dolphins stranded at Woody Cape Nature Reserve in the Eastern Cape last week.
Tesla has already sought this month to play down widespread Wall Street speculation that it would need to return to capital markets.
Thirty-six Non-Governmental Organisations funded by government have handed over their memorandum of demands to the Health Department over the withdrawal of funding for HIV and AIDS programmes.
Minister of Science and Technology Mamoloko Kubayi-Ngubane on Friday launched a R10 million hydrogen fuel cell system in the North West.
Cape Town residents took to the streets on Friday to protest against proposed municipal tariff increases.
Ed Gassner has been appointed as the new CEO of the Britehouse Group, a division of Dimension Data, the Johannesburg-based information technology services company announced on Friday.
Uganda plans to slap a new tax on social media users from July to raise revenue, which human rights activists denounced as another attempt by President Yoweri Museveni to stifle freedom of expression and quash dissent to his 32-year-rule. The move is unlikely to go down well in a country where more than 40 percent […]
A new kind of bed net that blocks mosquitoes’ resistance to a common insecticide provides substantially improved protection against malaria, a major study has found.
Pig farmers have suffered a huge blow in the wake of the Listeriosis outbreak.
HIV and TB patients that access health care services under the Ndlovu Care Group, a private medical non-profit organisation, have launched a protest over the Health Department’s decision to stop funding the organisation. Limpopo department of health announced this week that it will no longer fund centres and non-profit organisations providing services to HIV patients […]
The N14 between Kuruman and Vryburg has been temporarily closed due to a sinkhole that has occurred outside the Kuruman Hospital.
Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg accepted personal responsibility on Tuesday for the leak of data on tens of millions of its users, while warning of an "arms race" against Russian disinformation during a high-stakes hearing with US lawmakers.