Draft regulations to the National Health Act and International Health Regulations Act have drawn extensive criticism and face legal challenge from several quarters
NICD says it is providing details about spread of the disease to give context to the outbreak across 42 countries
Phaahla repealed the regulations relating to the surveillance and the control of notifiable medical conditions in their entirety
Open letter to health minister and premier follows precautionary suspension of paediatrician Tim de Maayer who raised the alarm about dire conditions at ...
Cape Town-based company signs pact with Univercells Group to develop an mRNA jab
Health minister Joe Phaahla recommends dropping last Covid-19 curbs in memo confirmed as authentic
Reform efforts have stagnated while the country awaits the introduction of national health insurance
With two weeks left until posts are taken up, the health department has yet to accept applications
International studies indicate as many as one in five children may have mental health conditions that require diagnosis and treatment, according the annual ...
Committee urges patients with long Covid to be vaccinated and to join clinical research programmes to assist in the development of therapies
Its developers say it is a significant improvement on protease inhibitor-containing paediatric ARV formulations that have been used in SA for years
Health minister’s comments at virtual event indicate a continued role for medical schemes for at least several years to come
The loan will boost SA’s vaccination efforts, support the health system and purchase 47-million vaccine doses
People exercising more than 150 minutes a week, were 47% less likely to report four or more lingering symptoms after infection
Aan Winde says continued decoupling of infections and hospital admissions since SA’s fourth, Omicron-driven wave in December mean the economy can be fully ...
Preliminary analysis suggests the shot held up against the Omicron sub-lineages BA.4 and BA.5
There is a glut of vaccines, says the health department’s Nicholas Crisp
Up to 280,000 people died from Covid-19 during SA’s first four waves, about three times more than official statistics show, researchers estimate
SA’s 2021 Global Adult Tobacco Survey shows 41.7% of men and 17.9% of women use tobacco products