Resorting to traditional medicine to curb fatigue

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Ever wondered why you are always feeling tired and sluggish while the woman in the next office is forever moving swiftly? Do not despair because you are not alone, countless people are also experiencing the same problem. We are living in a fast paced world where there is less time to prepare a healthy meal… Continue reading Resorting to traditional medicine to curb fatigue

HIV & TB stigma reduction campaign unfolding in Mahikeng

Campaign ambassadors and mobilizers at the Life Line centre in Mahikeng

As an initiative of the Soul City Institute together with Life Line as one of the partners, an HIV & TB stigma reduction awareness campaign kick started in Mahikeng last month. Headed by a group of four ambassadors and four mobilizers the official launch of the two year campaign is expected to take place next… Continue reading HIV & TB stigma reduction campaign unfolding in Mahikeng

Mental wellness centre enthusiastically tending to caregivers

Part of Moroka Mental Wellness Centre`s garden with Thato Mpolokeng`s three year old unplugging the weeds.

Situated in Lonely Park, a village outside Mafikeng, Moroka Mental Wellness Centre is determined to improve the well-being of those who care for the mentally ill in the community. Thato Mpolokeng, the founder of the NPO which was registered in October 2016 says that a lot of people do not realise how important it is… Continue reading Mental wellness centre enthusiastically tending to caregivers

Reconciliation and HIV/AIDS remains part of government agenda

Premier Supra Mahumapelo, MEC Magome Masike at the Moses Kotane Hospital

The North West government recently held the reconciliation and world AIDS commemoration at Mogwase Stadium, Moses Kotane Local Municipality, under the theme ‘Unity in diversity, I have the right to know, prevention is my responsibility’. “We have gathered here today to commemorate World Aids Day and to highlight achievements reached with regard to the HIV/AIDS… Continue reading Reconciliation and HIV/AIDS remains part of government agenda

Your oral health matters

Sometimes you brush your teeth regularly, floss, use mouth wash and still experience bad breath. Halitosis, medical term for severe bad breath, can be uncomfortable for yourself and those around you. Food like garlic and onion can cause temporary bad breath, but not the one you can`t stand. If halitosis persists regardless of good oral… Continue reading Your oral health matters

Maintain healthy vision: informative knowledge on cataract

Mamorake Sedibe holds a Bachelor of Optometrist Degree from the then University of the North, Limpopo Province. Sedibe has been practicing as an optometrist for close to eighteen years. She now shares her knowledge on cataract with us, as it is one of the major contributors to blindness worldwide. WHAT IS CATARACT Cataract is the… Continue reading Maintain healthy vision: informative knowledge on cataract

Delicate parenting for your dog

Inspector Sparky with Lilo

For ages a dog has been known to be a man`s best friend. Dogs are mainly kept for companionship, for their ability of distinct sniffing and for guarding purposes. Regardless of its usefulness, there are dogs which continue to endure poor nourishment and improper care. Kgakgamatso Moseki, an inspector at SPCA Mafikeng enlightens us about… Continue reading Delicate parenting for your dog

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MAINTAIN HEALTHY VISION: INFORMATIVE KNOWLEDGE ON CATARACT

Mamorake Sedibe holds a Bachelor of Optometrist Degree from the then University of the North, Limpopo Province. Sedibe has been practicing as an optometrist for close to eighteen years. She now shares her knowledge on cataract with us, as it is one of the major contributors to blindness worldwide. WHAT IS CATARACT Cataract is the… Continue reading MAINTAIN HEALTHY VISION: INFORMATIVE KNOWLEDGE ON CATARACT

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