All South Africans need to dispel the disturbing secrets of domestic violence. Everyone must proactively ask: Why does a domestic violence victim stay with someone who beats them up?
Many of you sit uncomfortably within this bracket. Every month, you have enough to make ends meet, but not enough to cover unforeseen emergencies. Furthermore, you and your family are marginalised within a certain income level and generalised stereotypes. You need external support to rise above your current standard of living in line with your […]
Cold injuries can be generalised (spread across your body) or localised in a specific region of your body. The generalised form of cold injury is called Hypothermia, which drops your body’s core temperature to below 35oC. The localised cold injury is called Frostbite or a non-freezing cold injury. Other more common cold injuries include Trench […]
Crime is a common South African culture – it happens to us, our loved ones and all around us. You can never be certain that you won’t ever be a victim of some crime and if you are a daily commuter, you are at higher risk of being hijacked. Being aware and vigilant could save […]
Exactly half a year ago, a national state of disaster was declared by the government to fight the spread of COVID-19. It has been a stressful time comprising of elevated levels of social isolation, hunger, criminal activity, panic buying, fake news, looting, protesting, businesses slowing down, and the unforeseen loss of important people. Level 1 […]
COVID-19 is an infectious disease caused by the recently discovered coronavirus. This new disease was unknown before the outbreak began in Wuhan, China in December 2019. Read on to stay up to date with everything you need to know about preventing the spread of the 2019 Novel Coronavirus, also known as COVID-19.