KWA-ZULU NATAL – Representatives from over 20 African countries met for the Innovation Effect conference at the Durban International Convention Centre where they discussed health innovations and research in Africa, as well as how to address major health issues facing the continent.
KWA-ZULU NATAL – A stadium packed with spectators cheering on elderly participants as they competed in jukskei, rugby ball throw, athletics events, soccer, netball and other ball games. This was the scene at the 2017 Gogolympics.
Obesity in South Africa is increasing by 70% in women and 40% in men – and we need to do something about it. This is according to the Department of Health, which reported the statistics on World Obesity Day this year.
WHILE eating soil has become an addiction for many African women in KwaZulu Natal, and other provinces around South Africa – it is a health issue triggered by iron and mineral deficiencies and can be treated.