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World Cleanup Day is celebrated on the third Saturday in September and unites millions of volunteers in almost 200 countries worldwide to clean up and manage the waste crisis in order to help create a more sustainable world.
The Mdzananda Animal Clinic in Khayelitsha is proud to announce the launch of its school education programme aimed at empowering young minds with knowledge on animal care. This initiative, which commenced on August 18, 2023, is designed for Grade 4 students, ages 11 to 12, in Khayelitsha.
A devastating powerful earthquake with a magnitude of 6.8 which shook Morocco on Friday night claimed the lives of over 2,000 people, making it the biggest quake to impact the country in over a century.
Forty Under 40 SA is an initiative of the prestigious continental concept, Forty Under 40 Africa. The aim is to identify, honour and celebrate a cross-section of the nation’s most influential and accomplished young business leaders under the age of 40 from a wide range of industries, who are committed to business growth, professional excellence, community service and have risen up the ranks of their companies or industries.
September marks Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. Around 80% of all child cancer cases globally occur in low and middle income countries yet fewer than a third of children are diagnosed in these countries and of those that are treated less than 20% survive.
The World Health Organisation (WHO) who recognises that traditional, complementary and alternative medicine has many benefits, has recommended that traditional medicine be integrated into the health system, as over 80 percent of people from African countries depend on Traditional Medicine.
The latest data released by the Department of Tourism reveals that South Africa’s tourism sector continues to show strong recovery with the first half of 2023 recording over four million tourist arrivals.