MONEY MONDAY: THE BUSINESS OF PRIVATE MEDICAL PRACTICE
This conversation delves into the unique challenges and rewards of running a private medical practice, exploring how doctors navigate the intersection of healthcare and business, while providing high-quality care and building successful, patient-centred practices.
PRE-PURCHASE PROPERTY INSPECTION - WHAT TO LOOK OUT FOR
Engaging a professional inspector to thoroughly assess these and other critical factors will provide valuable insights to inform your purchasing decision and potentially save you from costly surprises down the line.
INTRODUCING HYGGE IN YOUR LIFE
In this conversation, we delve into this Danish concept and it’s benefits and how you can apply it in your life.
DIEPSLOOT RESIDENTS KILL 7 PEOPLE
According to quarterly (July to September) police stats released about two weeks ago, Diepsloot has seen an alarming increase in murder, attempted murder, sexual offences and assault with intent to cause grievous bodily harm (GBH).
WESTERN CAPE DEPLOYS 600 TRAFFIC OFFICIALS FOR THE FESTIVE SEASON
Western Cape traffic authorities say driver fatigue especially for taxi and bus drivers, has been identified as one of the causes of major crashes. The province has since developed a fatigue management operation to be deployed especially on the N-1 highway between Beaufort West and Cape Town.
33 SUSPECTS OF HUMAN TRAFFIKING FOUND IN BOKSBURG
Police have rescued about 33 suspected human trafficking victims in the East Rand. The victims were rescued after they were found stashed in one room at a house in Boksburg, on Sunday evening. Detectives from KwaZulu-Natal were tracing a suspect in connection with a case where a foreign national wa…
TOP STORIES OF THE WEEK
In this week’s top stories, we will be speaking to content creator Kaitlin Rawson, discussing hard news stories in a more understandable and digestible manner for you. We essentially take the major news stories of the week and strip out complicated jargon, technical details, and other hard news ele…
HEALTH NGO's TAKE US PHARMACEUTICAL COMPANY TO COURT
The Treatment Action Campaign and Doctors without Borders, both represented by Section 27, have been admitted by the Pretoria High Court, as friends of the court in a compulsory license application for access to a lifesaving drug to treat cystic fibrosis. The drug called Trikafta is not available i…
THE STATE OF DURBAN BEACHES
According to Talbot’s rating scheme, an E. coli (sewage bacteria) rating between 0 and 250 units is considered “ideal”. Readings between 250 and 500 are “acceptable”, while readings above 500 are “critical” and therefore unsafe for bathing. According to eThekwini’s own test results, the lowest E. c…
THE RIGHT WAY TO SPEND YOUR DECEMBER
In this conversation, we will be speaking about the right way to spend your December so that when you come back in 2024, you are fresh and rested.