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Sibongile Nkosi
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Sibongile Nkosi retweeted
Healthy Living Alliance Dec 12
A highly addictive drug was once given to children to soothe a cough, with little idea that it was doing more harm than good. Now we know better. We also now know that excessive sugar intake is bad for our bodies and leads to diseases like diabetes and heart disease.
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Sibongile Nkosi retweeted
Health-e News Dec 12
Replying to @HealtheNews
But for now, let’s take you to Platfontein in Northern Cape, where the language you speak is a matter of life and death for this neglected San community. You can watch the full video here:
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Sibongile Nkosi retweeted
Health-e News Dec 12
Replying to @HealtheNews
One of the biggest lessons for us (there are plenty...) is that citizens want to hold their elected leaders accountable and take ownership of the quality of health services they receive.
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Health-e News Dec 12
Replying to @HealtheNews
We’ve travelled more than 8 000 km across five provinces to hear what South Africans have to say about the NHI bill.
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Sibongile Nkosi retweeted
Health-e News Dec 12
Replying to @HealtheNews
While there are many perspectives about the bill, we are committed to unpacking what it means for 80% of South Africans who use government health facilities and amplifying their views. Why? It’s simple. What is policy without people?
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Sibongile Nkosi retweeted
Health-e News Dec 12
Replying to @HealtheNews
Today, the world commemorates . South Africans have spent most of this year deliberating whether the country's draft legislation for — the bill — will to deliver quality healthcare to all.
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Sibongile Nkosi retweeted
Health-e News Dec 12
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Siyabonga Africa Dec 12
The acronym N.H.I can inspire anger, fear, confusion and sighs. Rather follow who are working hard to dispel myths around SA's attempt at
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Sibongile Nkosi Dec 12
Congratulations again 🙏🏾🙏🏾
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Sibongile Nkosi Dec 11
🙌🏽🙌🏽🙌🏽🙌🏽
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Sibongile Nkosi Dec 9
I would never take it that far 😂😂😂😂 phela YouTube you must just call the burial company
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DrChampopo Dec 9
I am still euphoric Well done 🇿🇦🇿🇦🇿🇦 🖌️
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#OneMillionPadsCampaign Dec 9
May we never forget Bridgette Masinga who was denied the Miss SA crown because she refused to wear a weave. Bridgette was never celebrated enough for taking that stand many years ago. Salute Mbokodo! ❤️
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Sibongile Nkosi Dec 9
Replying to @sindivanzyl
You also use Dr Google 🙆🏽‍♀️🙆🏽‍♀️🙆🏽‍♀️ I once spent an entire week thinking I am dying.
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Sibongile Nkosi retweeted
SA Media Innovation Dec 9
The last couple of months tend to be one of the busiest and the same can be said for the SAMIP that is wrapping up 2019 with a series of workshops and training for our participants. Check out our latest update to see what we were up to:
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Sibongile Nkosi Dec 8
🙌🏽🙌🏽🙌🏽
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yogan pillay Dec 8
South Africa - Empowering pregnant women though mhealth
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Sibongile Nkosi Dec 7
Replying to @vonchy_19
Vuyo why am I calling you Zinhle 😂😂🤦🏽‍♀️👀
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Sibongile Nkosi Dec 6
Replying to @vonchy_19
Thank you Zinhle ❤️❤️
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Sibongile Nkosi Oct 8
“Being born as Black Woman is being forced into Activism” pontsho_pilane reminded us today..
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