Lawyers are warning people who are injured in accidents not to fall victim to ‘touts’ offering legal services if injured.
“It is an increasingly common practice in South African hospitals and emergency rooms,” says Kirstie Haslam, partner at DSC Attorneys. “Touts ... Read More »
30 years of Cycling to restore the Gift of Sight – enter now
The 2018 Dis-Chem Ride for Sight will be an extra special event this year. This is the 30th edition of this popular and enduring road cycling event which is being hosted by the City of Ekurhuleni. The event will take ... Read More »
The uplifting power of music, the evocative scent of cinnamon and other sensory comforts
There is no known cure for dementia, a syndrome that erodes memory and cognitive function. Preserving and promoting quality of life for people living with this condition is a key focus of dementia care, ... Read More »
The Department of Health says the late payment of staff at NHI pilot sites has been resolved and that this does not set the tone for the roll out of the programme. South Africa is piloting the National Health Insurance (NHI), which will see citizens accessing health care based on their health needs, ... Read More »
Common cost drivers for corporate South Africa are frequently accepted as necessary expenses rather than being proactively managed. What can businesses do in the year ahead to turn these challenges into opportunities for a more productive and prosperous future?
“When it comes to the ... Read More »