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#CreativeMorningsCT: TNW's Linda Mertens on mental health, the role of creatives and top 2018 trends

Linda Mertens from The Next Web (TNW) on having an open, educated and inclusive conversation about mental health, the role of creatives in this ever-evolving technological world and top trends for 2018...

By Juanita Pienaar 20 Dec 2017

Facebook trains artificial intelligence to spot suicidal signs

Facebook earlier this week said it was stepping up the use of artificial intelligence to identify members of the leading social network who may be thinking of suicide...

30 Nov 2017

Swimming with dolphins in virtual reality to aid disabled

Swimming with wild dolphins is something most can only dream of, and jumping into pools with captive animals has become increasingly controversial with environmentalists condemning it as cruel...

21 Nov 2017

Health honcho does duck

The suspended head of Gauteng Health, who said he would fall on his sword for his role in the Esidimeni tragedy, is now trying his best to avoid testifying at arbitration hearings into the deaths of at least 118 mentally ill patients.

By Katharine Child 9 Nov 2017

Former health MEC Qedani Mahlangu found at UK varsity

Former Gauteng health MEC Qedani Mahlangu is studying for her second MBA at the University of Bedfordshire in London...

By Katharine Child 6 Nov 2017

More than a gut feeling - the link between PTSD and microbes

Not everyone who goes through a painful event will develop post-traumatic stress disorder (PSTD)...

30 Oct 2017

#LifeEsidimeni: How good people come to do very bad things

Arbitration reveals the skeletons in the Gauteng health department's closet culture that gave rise to 141 deaths and continues to thrive...

By Laura Lopez Gonzalez 20 Oct 2017

#LifeEsidimeni: Former Gauteng health MEC Mahlangu visited deadly Cullinan NGOs

A social worker from one of the three Cullinan care facilities responsible for the deaths of at least 25 mental health patients says their lives could have been saved..

By Nelisiwe Msomi & Laura Lopez Gonzalez 17 Oct 2017

#MentalHealthAwarenessDay: Changing the way care is accessed

Recent studies show that over 17-million people in South Africa are dealing with anxiety disorders such as panic attacks, PTSD and mood disorders...

10 Oct 2017

SA has 14 times global average of foetal alcohol disorders

According to research published in JAMA Paediatrics, South Africa has the highest prevalence of foetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD) in the world - more than 14 times the global average...

31 Aug 2017

Mental illness a big issue in SA, but awareness is lagging

One in three South Africans will suffer from mental illness in their lifetime according to the South African Depression and Anxiety Group, and only a quarter will either seek or receive treatment...

30 Aug 2017

The concept of schizophrenia is coming to an end - here's why

The concept of schizophrenia is dying. Harried for decades by psychology, it now appears to have been fatally wounded by psychiatry, the very profession that once sustained it...

By Simon McCarthy-Jones 28 Aug 2017

SACAP's new BPsych Equivalent Programme open for enrolment

SACAP, The South African College of Applied Psychology, recently launched a new 18-month Bachelor of Social Science Honours (Psychology) [BPsych Equivalent Programme]...

22 Aug 2017

#WomensMonth: Queen of the Comeback on speaking up

Not one to do things by half measures, Nidhika Bahl shares her success story to date and how Joyce Meyer changed her life...

By Leigh Andrews 7 Aug 2017

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US broadcaster faces $13.3m fine for airing undisclosed paid ads

WASHINGTON - US regulators on Thursday announced a record $13.3m fine against a major television company for airing promotional content without telling viewers it had been paid to air it.

22 Dec 2017

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