Deputy President David Mabuza was delivering the keynote address at the World TB Day in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal.
South Africa’s public healthcare system continues to be in crisis and political leaders will be held accountable, the Treatment Action Campaign (TAC) says.
Two congregants who were sprayed with the insecticide, Doom, during a church service in Mookgophong in November last year, say their health has been negatively affected.
At least 10.4million people were infected with Tuberculosis (TB) in 2016 and only six-million of them were diagnosed.
With 1.3 million living with diabetes in KwaZulu-Natal, communities are heeding the call for healthy living to combat this pandemic.
Southern African Development Community (SADC) member states are wrapping up the second day of high level talks aimed at improving primary health care and advancing systems of responding to disease outbreaks.
The World Economic Forum was founded in January 1971 in Davos, Switzerland, as a not-for-profit Foundation. The headquarters’ is in Geneva.
President Jacob Zuma shared a nine point plan to ignite growth and create jobs in his SONA 2015.
The daily plenary sessions feature some of the world’s most distinguished HIV scientists, policy specialists and community leaders.