SA's front-line nurses are suffering severe psychological distress: survey

SA's front-line nurses are suffering  psychological distress, lack confidence in their knowledge of Covid-19 and are ...


Sassa paypoint hit as robbers make off with cash in KZN

Gunmen opened fire at a Sassa paypoint in Ndwedwe, north of Durban, on Thursday as officials were issuing payments


It’s also about hope and nappies: being a physio in a Covid-19 ward

One frontline physiotherapist tells how Covid-19 patients turn to her for more than her expertise


Varsities go all out to keep up research, but the challenges are huge

Covid-19 compels forward-thinking approaches, but academics have to be creative to overcome obstacles


No goodbyes and unending grief: Covid’s lasting torment

Strict funeral rules are likely to raise the incidence of prolonged grief disorder, psychologists warn


Virus won’t leave a lost generation ... but only if state acts fast

The Covid-19 pandemic won’t give rise to a lost generation like the 1976 Soweto uprising did, but it could result in ...


‘Government is damn close to being guilty of culpable homicide’

Concerned parents are butting heads with schools that are asking them to deregister their children if they want to keep ...


Things were bad for teachers even before Covid-19. Now they’re terrible

A UKZN webinar on the emotional health of teachers lays bare truths about teaching in the age of Covid-19


Photographer close to fulfilling vow to MK cadre 38 years on

Veteran photographer and historian Omar Badsha received a birthday gift that brought him one step closer to fulfilling ...


Mom, daughter animated over sweet success with medical cartoon

The animated series, which looks at diabetes, is making waves locally and internationally, and there’s more to come