The disparity of cardiology treatment across the country threatens to undo the gains made since Prof Barnard’s first surgery in 1967.
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A third of South African children under six months old are now exclusively breastfed, which is nearly a five-fold increase over the last twenty years.
Professor Darelle van Greunen talks about her work of supporting community healthcare workers (CHWs) with innovative mHealth apps.
Dr Peter Barron will be a keynote speaker at eHealthALIVE2016, talking about how mHealth is one of the tools for improving access to healthcare.
Belinda Bhoodoo explains how the Lilly MDR-TB partnership is supporting government’s drive towards the decentralisation of MDR-TB treatment.
The MTN Foundation has donated a fully-equipped computer laboratory to the Free State School of Nursing in Bloemfontein.
The government has formally approved the establishment of South Africa’s 10th Medical School at the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University (NMMU) in PE.
Vodacom Business has invested in innovative mHealth solutions to enhance healthcare for people living in the Eastern Cape.
Ford Motor Company of Southern Africa has teamed up with World Vision South Africa to improve access to quality healthcare in the Eastern Cape.
mHealth4Afrika has received a €3 million Horizon 2020 grant to create an app for managing patient information within the public healthcare sector.
CEO of Frere Hospital in the Eastern Cape, Dr Rolene Wagner, discusses the key to her success as a leader.