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Covid-19 was ‘heartbreaking’, says youngest doctor

At 21, Thakgalo Thibela became South Africa’s youngest female doctor and her first years in hospital coincided with the pandemic

The perfect storm: Covid-19, war and inequality

The disruptions brought by the Russia-Ukraine war will increase the costs of basic staples, putting 280-million people across the world at risk of starvation.

What happened to church during Covid?

Attendances rose as lockdown was eased and then lifted — but some people were lured by glamorous online churches abroad

South Africa should donate its spare Covid-19 vaccines

Doing so can bolster its soft power in the SACD region

No, Covid-19 is not over yet

But across Africa and despite low vaccination rates, countries are easing their restrictions

How to get compensation for Covid-19 vaccine injury

President Cyril Ramaphosa said the Covid-19 Vaccine Injury No-fault Compensation Scheme will outlive the national state of disaster

Covid-19 hospital admissions low but virus still a threat

Some coronavirus restrictions will remain as South Africa shifts out of the national state of disaster

More than 7-million expired Pfizer Covid-19 vaccines could be wasted by July

Vaccine hesitancy, corruption, and conspiracy theories and disinformation slow down uptake of Covid-19 vaccines

The shock of 134 500 Covid orphans in South Africa

There are many advantages for your children if you draw up a Last Will and Testament before you die

The Covid-19 lockdown tore apart the TB safety net

Five years of progress in the fight against TB have been eliminated because of the pandemic

‘Crooked’ senior cops allegedly stole millions from Covid-19 procurement to pay their legal fees

James Ramanjalum and Ramahlapi Mokwena’s legal debt is from a R191-million procurement fraud case

Tackling TB: Three lessons the Covid-19 pandemic taught us

People weren’t able to be tested or treated for tuberculosis testing or treatment, derailing targets to end the disease

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