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Dr Prince Mwila (medical officer), Khumisho Mmolawa (assistant director quality assurance), Dr Kongolo Kakudji (HOD for surgical department) and Dr Nthabiseng Mosimanyane (medical officer). Photo: Marianke Saayman

Passionate surgeon makes a difference at Potchefstroom Hospital

In the past five years the surgical department at the Potchefstroom Hospital underwent many changes, however, these changes were all for the better, and couldn’t have been possible if it wasn’t for the department’s head, Dr Kongolo Kakudji and his hard-working team. Dr Kakudji has been a registered surgeon since December 1990. He mostly worked…
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Dieet – hoe om dit reg te doen

Dis amper Desember en ‘dieet’ is die woord op almal se lippe, maar werk hierdie woeps-waps vet-af dieet werklik? Potchefstroomse dieetkundige, Cornel Joubert, beantwoord ’n paar vrae wat gereeld gevra word wanneer dit kom by dieet, gewigsverlies en selfs net gesond leef.

The World Health Organisation (WHO) called on member states to use one day every year to promote physical activity (PA) as an essential for health and well-being.

Die nuwe geslag ‘millenials’ en hulle vrees vir die huwelik

Prof. Joubert is ’n sielkundige in privaatpraktyk en ook deeltyds verbonde aan die Noordwes-Universiteit in Potchefstroom. Die Herald het hom gevra om sy waarnemings oor sy ervaring van sogenaamde “Millenial paartjies” en hulle onvermoë om getroud te bly, met ons te deel. Hy skr

Take the first step to becoming a financially confident woman

Taking charge of your finances can be daunting. Some people choose not to because they prefer to live in denial rather than deal with the reality of their situation. Others have no alternative, but are intimidated because they don’t know where to start.

Nutritional advice for students writing exams

Our brains are a complex network of billions of neurons, each connecting to thousands of other neurons in a continual “ripple” of activity resulting in, on average, 6 000 thoughts a day.
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Rabies – Know the facts

Wednesday, 28 September is World Rabies Day. ER24 is urging people to educate themselves about the disease.

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