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A guide to AIDS

Some people might find some of the pictures  in this story offensive. Because AIDS is a serious, incurable and deadly disease we had to use  them. Our aim is to help people understand how this [...]

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Learning from our comrades

Health in a new South Africa Bafana Seripe is a health worker at the Workplace Information Group (WIG) in Johannesburg. WIG run workshops for union shop stewards about health and safety. Bafana [...]

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The Comrade Doctor

Dr Libertine Appolus-Amathila, SWAPO’s head of Health and Social Welfare Services, was the first black Namibian woman to qualify as a doctor. In 1986 she was given the Omgulumbashe Award by [...]

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A dry white season

Water, water, everywhere — but only for the white Transvaal town of Balfour. But, only two kilometres away in Siyathemba, there was not a drop to drink. For eight months, from October last year [...]

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An example to us all

The hills around the villages of Mafefe in the northern Transvaal look like lions, sleeping under the hot African sun. Their backs are long and brown, with long ‘manes’ of small trees [...]

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Goodbye to bad rubbish

Viva! The long, hard struggle against skin lightening creams is over! Just after Christmas last year, the Department of Health made a new law banning the creams. From 1 July 1988, skin lightening [...]

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