Focus on Media

Bizcommunity's #FocusOnMedia Report is now available in a downloadable PDF.

#FocusOnMedia Report>>



Subscribe to industry newsletters

What's trending in BizTrends2017?

Not only are Bizcommunity's BizTrends reports a respected resource for local and global audiences on par with leading research organisations, but they also enjoy above-average engagement...

Issued by 1 day ago

Forget searching - chatbots take information to people on World AIDS Day

info4africa and Always Active Mobile have launched a new messaging service for South Africans in need of health and welfare support services...

Issued by AAM – Always Active Mobile 1 day ago

#WorldAIDSDay: Liver cancer a threat to the life expectancy of people living with HIV

People living with HIV have an increased life expectancy, but this has created a need to screen for comorbidities that still threaten their longevity...

1 day ago

#WorldAIDSDay: Research and innovation lead SA's treatment programme

Since the dark days of denialism, South Africa has taken giant strides forward in implementing a successful and progressive HIV/Aids strategy...

1 day ago

#WorldAIDSDay: A very short history of HIV life insurance

For a long time people living with HIV, didn't qualify for life insurance, but now that they have an almost normal life expectancy, things have changed.

1 day ago

Mobile Health Clinics on the road to eliminate HIV

As we celebrate World Aids Day, a local company, Mobile Health Clinics (MHC), is set to play an integral role in the achievement of the UNAIDS 90-90-90 goal and stop the HIV epidemic in its tracks by 2030...

Issued by Jag Method 1 day ago

#Behindtheselfie with... Lebohang Mokoena

This week, we find out what's really going on behind the selfie with Lebohang Mokoena: 28-year-old entrepreneur selected in a 'Dragon's Den-style interview to spearhead Goodbye Malaria's merchandising and fundraising effort at their new pop-up stores at airports, which launched on 23 November...

By Leigh Andrews 2 days ago

Mako robotic joint replacement surgery now available in SA

An orthopaedic robot arm system that delivers improved accuracy and reproducible joint replacement is now available in South Africa.

2 days ago

Sugars not the main culprit in obesity-related illness

The world is in the midst of twin epidemics of obesity and diabetes, often lumped together as diabesity. It has been estimated there are more than 1bn people who are obese.

By James Rippe 3 days ago

Tips to help you promote chiropractic clinic businesses

Promoting a chiropractic clinic in the modern age is all about building a good online brand. Let us focus on some simple promotion tips to jump-start the entire business...

By Boris Dzhingarov, Issued by Monetary Library 3 days ago

Could we mass-produce HIV immunity?

One tiny protein may be the world's best hope of halting HIV in its tracks...

By Penny Moore, Lynne Morris & Nono Mkhize 28 Nov 2016

Medical aid members still have to dig deep in their pockets

Despite having medical aid, many members still have to fork out chunks of money out of their own pocket for healthcare products and services...

28 Nov 2016

Social contracts and treating mental illness

Psychiatrists need to "think out of the box" when treating mentally ill patients, such as working together with communities and respecting patients...

28 Nov 2016

Infertility treatment model needs to be rethought

There are a lot of barriers to treating infertility in South Africa and the continent as a whole...

25 Nov 2016

#MovemberRSA: Technology provides more accurate diagnosis for prostate cancer

A new diagnostic tool allows doctors to detect prostate cancer early on and come up the appropriate treatment plan...

25 Nov 2016

New hospital at the heart of future medical precinct

Netcare's new flagship hospital is the first phase in comprehensive medical precinct...

24 Nov 2016

MP 'high' over dagga bill

Terminally ill patients and those with chronic pain may be one step closer to being allowed access to cannabis to treat their illnesses...

24 Nov 2016

Medics support shorter shifts for junior doctors

Some 93% of medical professionals agree with shorter hours for junior docs...

24 Nov 2016

Changing the status quo in mental health treatment

When a patient with whom he thought he had a good rapport punched him in the face, Dr Manaan Kar Ray found himself ashamed, mentally exhausted, and anxious...

23 Nov 2016

Show more

Latest jobs

JohannesburgWorldwide Positions (Pty) Ltd
Occupational Nurse
Cape TownBridgena Barnard Personnel Group
Incapacity Services Manager
JohannesburgBridgena Barnard Personnel Group
Skin Therapist
Cape TownCAVI Brands
Quality Assurance Coordinator
DurbanMPRTC Recruitment
Unit Manager
Western CapeDrake International
Occupational/Primary Health Locum Nurses
Junior Food Technologist
Cape TownTime Personnel
Communications Specialist
JohannesburgBankmed Medical Scheme
NelspruitMPRTC Recruitment
NelspruitMPRTC Recruitment

More jobs >

Other industry news

Logistics & Transport
CSI & Sustainability
Marketing & Media