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Urgent call for support following Charlotte Maxeke Hospital fire
Urgent call for support following Charlotte Maxeke Hospital fireArticle

The Smile Foundation has launched a fundraising campaign in support of the Charlotte Maxeke Johannesburg Academic Hospital following the fire that broke out earlier this month...

23 Apr 2021

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Contingency plans for Charlotte Maxeke patientsArticle

The Charlotte Maxeke Johannesburg Academic Hospital (CMJAH) has put various measures in place to ensure patients still receive care with minimal disruption...

20 Apr 2021

Labour centre closed after employee tests positive for Covid-19
Labour centre closed after employee tests positive for Covid-19Article

The Department of Employment and Labour has closed its labour centre in Bellville, Cape Town, after an employee tested positive for Covid-19...

12 May 2020

Pop-up pediatric Covid-19 unit opens in Paarl
Pop-up pediatric Covid-19 unit opens in PaarlArticle

Thirty-nine days into South Africa's national lockdown, due to the Covid-19 pandemic, and South Africans are showing their resilience and ability to pull together as a community in new ways...

Issued by Jenny Griesel Communications 5 May 2020

Bayer donates R1.3m in emergency medicinal aid to Charlotte Maxeke Hospital
Bayer donates R1.3m in emergency medicinal aid to Charlotte Maxeke HospitalArticle

Bayer has donated R1.3m in medicines to the Charlotte Maxeke Hospital - a government-designated coronavirus testing and treatment hospital in Johannesburg...

9 Apr 2020

Putting money where the mouth is - sugar, public health and the advertising industry
Putting money where the mouth is - sugar, public health and the advertising industryArticle

Changing behaviour is difficult - particularly amidst million-dollar advertising onslaughts...

Deborah Minors 18 Jan 2018

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First hospital ceiling collapse happened last monthArticle

Part of Charlotte Maxeke Hospital is cordoned off because an earlier ceiling collapse still hasn't been repaired...

3 Mar 2017

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Cancer on a Paleo diet?Article

Discovery of 1,7million-year-old foot bone is the oldest evidence of cancer in human ancestors...

12 Aug 2016

SA's Ebola fears but no confirmed cases
SA's Ebola fears but no confirmed casesArticle

The Ministry of Health and the National Institute for Communicable Diseases (NICD) says the male patient admitted to the Charlotte Maxeke Hospital in Johannesburg, has tested negative for the Ebola Virus Disease (EVD).

19 Aug 2014

Long Walk to Qunu to raise funds for children's hospital
Long Walk to Qunu to raise funds for children's hospitalArticle

To raise R500,000 to build the Nelson Mandela Children's Hospital in Johannesburg, Sane Nkabinde and Irene Rugheimer, under the banner of The Dark Rose Foundation, will walk 840 kilometres to Qunu.

9 Jul 2014

Call for free cancer drugs for all
Call for free cancer drugs for allArticle

Patients in the private sector are denied access to free medicines from state "donation" programmes according to Campaigning for Cancer chairman and Werksmans lawyer Neil Kirby.

20 Nov 2013

Bleeding disorders could be the cause of circumcision deathsArticle

Reports of deaths during traditional initiation rites often hit the headlines in South Africa, and there is always a devastating sense of young lives lost too soon. Poor surgical practices in non-sterile conditions are often blamed, but there may be another factor that needs to be considered. The hereditary bleeding disorder, haemophilia, may indeed be a reason for the deaths in some of these rituals.

18 Oct 2013

Gauteng health dept takes firm stance on overtime managementArticle

Gauteng Health MEC Hope Papo says the department will not allow the abuse of overtime by health professionals.

19 Apr 2013

Charlotte Maxeke Hospital to replace old liftsArticle

The Charlotte Maxeke Hospital will get new lifts to replace the old and outdated lifts in Blocks 1 and 2. Gauteng MEC for Infrastructure Development, Bheki Nkosi, on Wednesday said the lifts would be replaced by the end of this financial year.

28 Jun 2012

WITS A-rated scientists to focus on pneumococcal disease
WITS A-rated scientists to focus on pneumococcal diseaseArticle

The University of Witwatersrand (Wits) Faculty of Health Sciences Research Office will host its fifth prestigious research lecture on Wednesday 25 May 2011 at the Johannesburg Hospital Auditorium at 5.30pm. The focus of the lecture will be pneumococcal disease.

29 Mar 2011

New kidney scandalArticle

Four Top Durban surgeons were scapegoats forced to take the fall for Netcare and surgeons in Joburg and Cape Town who also allegedly performed more than 200 "illegal" kidney transplant operations in an international organ scandal that rocked Netcare's St Augustine's Hospital.

1 Mar 2011

Medi-Clinic's CSI broadens access to quality health careArticle

Medi-Clinic Southern Africa will be launching its comprehensive CSI strategy this week with 24 CSI prostatectomies over the course of three days at the Polokwane /Mankweng Provincial Hospital in Limpopo.

Issued by Magna Carta 19 Dec 2008

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