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Health-e News debuts new weekly TV show

Written by Health-e News

Catch the latest in health news from around the country in Health-e News’ new, weekly programme “Health Matters” on the Department of Health’s new channel the GoodLife Network on DSTV Channel 199.

Health Matters is made by Health-e News TV journalists Kyla Herrmannsen and Fathima Simjee, who anchors the show

Health Matters is made by Health-e News TV journalists Kyla Herrmannsen and Fathima Simjee, who anchors the show. 

Launched on World AIDS Day by the National Department of Health and The Soul City Institute for Health and Development Communication, the channel will feature a mix of news and entertainment shows looking at everything from sexuality to fitness and human rights.

Shows running alongside Health-e News’ “Health Matters” including the Food Police, Village Shrink and Health Busters. Produced by our TV unit’s Fathima Simjee and Kyla Herrmannsen, Health Matters also features weekly interviews via Skype with some of our more than 20 citizen journalists scattered around the country.

Catch Health Matters every Saturday at 6am, 10am and 2pm

The GoodLife Network. Live it.

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