Motsoaledi to provide update on listeriosis outbreak

Motsoaledi to provide update on listeriosis outbreak: Health Minister Dr Aaron Motsoaledi is expected to provide an update on the listeriosis outbreak in which at least 36 people have died since the end of last year.. Articles relating to Places | pretoria Traffic official nabbed for corruption and extortion: A principal provincial inspector of the Gauteng Traffic Department is expected to appear in the Pretoria Commercial Crimes Court after he was arrested for corruption and extortion.. … [Read more...]

WATCH: 36 killed from #Listeriosis outbreak

WATCH: 36 killed from #Listeriosis outbreak: Pretoria - Thirty six people in the country have died due to listeriosis disease; said Minister of Health Dr Aaron Motsoaledi during a media briefing on the outbreak of a food borne disease in South Africa. During the briefing held at the GCIS in Hatfield today Motsoaledi explained that listeriosis is a serious .... Google Alert - Pretoria INFOGRAPHIC: Protest action disrupts waste collection in Pretoria: “The service providers were told … [Read more...]

Bird flu outbreak: University of Pretoria weighs in

Bird flu outbreak: University of Pretoria weighs in: University of Pretoria researchers are working with the poultry industry and the Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (DAFF) to contain the .... Google Alert - Pretoria The Citizen Pretoria office on fire: Firemen are seen outside the Appollo building where Citizen's Pretoria office is situated, a transformer caused an electrical fire that started in the .... Google Alert - Pretoria GALLERY: EFF members … [Read more...]

No rotavirus outbreak in Gauteng

The Gauteng health department said that there is no outbreak of rotavirus affecting babies in the province. Full Article here: News Gauteng Category RSS … [Read more...]

Harare rocked by typhoid outbreak

Tshwane news: Harare rocked by typhoid outbreak: The Gauteng Department of Health said on Tuesday that two new cases of typhoid fever had been reported at the Dr George Mukhari Academic Hospital, in Tshwane. "A 38-year-old Zimbabwean female patient, who resides in Centurion, presented in the said ... - Read more on BDlive Residents fed up with police parking illegally on pavements: Residents say police officials are still using the pavement for parking, and the Tshwane metro … [Read more...]