As the celebration of African Traditional Medicine Week take place in August, Vuk’uzenzele takes a closer look at umhlonyane also know as lengana which has been very popular amongst South Africans in the wake of the coronavirus disease (COVID-
Some good news for moms-to-be is that their pregnancy will not make them more ill should they contract COVID-19 and they may still breastfeed.
Pregnant women and unborn children are not at a greater risk of contracting or developing severe
Survivors of abuse must not feel they are being judged when they tell the police or other people what happened to them because this will make them unwilling to seek help.
This is according to the spokesperson for the Department of Social
An abused child is more likely to abuse others when they grow up, but this does not happen in all cases.
This is according to Shaheda Omar, the Director of Clinical Services at the Teddy Bear Foundation, who says that when children are
The Port of East London’s Sharon Sijako is one of three women captaining a commercial harbour in South Africa.
The 50-year-old, who was born in Mdantsane near East London, is the second female, after Jacqueline Brown, to be at the
The Department of Social Development (DSD) has put in place support programmes aimed at helping those live with disabilities through the era of the Coronavirus (COVID-19).
This includes access to psycho-social support from the department’s