Millennials are actively supporting businesses with sound ESG principles, and boycotting those without
Nigeria, South Africa and Kenya among 27 countries yet to sign the treaty for the establishment of the African Medicines Agency.
Bats are potential carriers of zoonotic viruses and the destruction of their environment spells danger for humans.
Why do religious leaders feel no compunction to harm their followers, when they could ‘pray for the destruction of a satanic vaccine’ instead?
Four masked suspects in hazmat suits — carrying placards displaying their photos and names — were paraded Tuesday in front of a large crowd in Guangxi region’s Jingxi city.
The lower severity of the Omicron variant of Covid-19 indicates that a stronger immune response has been built over time
The 2021 tournament dates have changed twice, first because of fears that torrential seasonal rains could affect the tight schedule, and then because of the pandemic.
Overall, Covid-19 was the third-leading cause of death, accounting for 350 000 fatalities, just over a tenth of all registered deaths, said a CDC report.
Omicron’s many mutations allow it to duck our body’s natural defence, but the immune system has a some tricks to prevent you from getting severely ill
The Omicron variant’s spread across South Africa has already surpassed the peak of the Delta-driven third wave. Here’s what the data tells us so far about how quickly Omicron spreads — but truly understanding the variant will take more time.
CSA says in a statement that a joint decision had been taken with the Board of Control for Cricket in India to bar spectators from the ground
The high-powered meeting scheduled for January 17-21 will instead be held in “early summer”, the organisers said.
President Cyril Ramaphosa encourages citizens to vaccinate and continue to practice safety measures
Bombela says a rebound hinges on vaccine and return-to-work developments and that money from government to cover the shortfall is capped
The School in a Box device allows children to learn in a fun way even if they don’t have internet or electricity
Conman Carl and his cohort think that taking the jab will boost his re-election
Wealthy countries were quick to ban Southern African nations from entering their borders when the Omicron variant was identified, but did not do so to each other.
The largest drops in the third quarter were in the agriculture sector, trade and manufacturing.
The department of international relations and cooperation says the travel ban on Southern African countries seems to be rushed
Miss South Africa 2018 and Miss Universe runner-up Dr Tamaryn Green wants better working conditions for patients and doctors. As a TB and Covid-19 survivor herself, she talks to Denvor de Wee about her competitiveness, her love of nature and her imminent wedding
Current models suggest the fourth wave will have fewer hospital admissions
The endangered Asiatic lions started displaying signs of illness at the weekend, prompting officials to order coronavirus tests
Our collective apathy towards public order policing has had deadly consequences, especially for the poor
Vaccination campaigns that promote how having the Covid-19 vaccination will benefit individuals rather than society are more effective to convince people who are neutral or hesitant about getting vaccinated.
Larger gatherings are now allowed, together with a shorter curfew and longer alcohol sale times
Nearly half of the population in South Africa — one of the most unequal countries in the world — is considered chronically poor.
In fewer than three days, a US citizen emits as much carbon as a person from Chad or Niger does in one year. Such is the asymmetry in culpability for climate change.
Minerals Council aims to get 80% of its workforce vaccinated by November
An investigation exposed how Afrox charges N$510 to refill a cylinder containing 1 400 litres of oxygen, enough to help a severely ill Covid-19 patient breathe for about two hours
As a society, we must help everyone, particularly young people, to develop coping skills
The industry has lost 23 000 jobs since 2012, according to a Statistics South Africa census
As national lockdown regulations ease, President Cyril Ramaphosa urges South Africans to vaccinate