A message to executive committee members and department heads at the George Mukhari Academic Hospital has painted a grim picture of the third wave of Covid-19 infections. According to the message, the hospital has experienced medication shortages and overworked ICU capable nurses. The hospital CEO said these issues were being addressed.
Article Courtesy – NEWS24 Health professionals warn that things will get much, much worse. The dreaded and highly contagious Delta variant of the Sars-CoV-2 virus is spreading across the country and is probably the driving force behind the massive increase in Covid-19 cases in Gauteng in recent weeks. And
Gift of the Givers founder, Dr Imtiaz Sooliman, has warned that government statistics do not reflect the real impact that the new Covid-19 Delta variant is having on South Africa. “The situation is far worse than we understand,” he said. “A large number of patients, anything from 50% to 90%
Facebook has turned on ID-and-archive measures for political ads in South Africa, as planned local government elections draw near. That means anyone who wants to run advertising related to elections, politicians, or related matters, first has to upload an ID for verification. Political ads will carry details of who paid
News24 readers responded with anger and disappointment to the announcement that the country will implement adjusted Level 4 lockdown measures. Many were outspoken about what they believe is government incompetence that has led to this point. “I wish government had prioritized a mass vaccine rollout so that a third wave
The business sector is part of a push to get government to reinstate the Unemployment Insurance Fund’s Covid-19 Temporary Employer/Employee Relief Scheme (TERS), which will this week be discussed at the National Economic Development and Labour Council (Nedlac). On Tuesday, Employment and Labour Minister Thulas Nxesi said that government, with business
Rio Tinto Group declared force majeure on customer contracts at Richards Bay Minerals after escalating violence forced it to suspend activity at the minerals sands operation in South Africa. Managing Director Werner Duvenhage said the company is prioritising the safety of its 5 000 workers at RBM, which exports titanium
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