April 13, 2019

‘White cancer’ hitting more black people

An aggressive form of skin cancer previously thought to affect mainly white people, has been found to pose a significant threat not only to black people, but the public health sector that treats them.
April 18, 2019

Expropriation without compensation sends a clear message

Call it what you want: economic justice, expropriation without compensation, helping the poor, but the reality is most of the world will sum it up in one word – theft.
April 19, 2019

Current events could cause a mental health crisis. Can we put a stop to this before it’s too late?

In order for a population to be able to be in a good state of mental health (and good health in general), government- as the primary duty-bearer- must create a climate necessary for people to achieve these states. Positive conditions for growth and d
April 18, 2019

It is vital for SA to dispose of guns safely

Although the country has destroyed thousands of weapons over the years, thereby reducing their availability for use in crime, there are also well-documented examples of the diversion of weapons from police stores into communities affected by high levels of violence and gang activity.

April 14 2019

Love 2 Meet