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This is the official account for the Eastern Cape Department of Health. Together, moving the health system forward!
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Eastern Cape Health 27 Mar 18
bringing services to the people of Kruisfontein in Hummansdorp
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Eastern Cape Health 27 Mar 18
HOD Dr Mbengashe reports that the Kouga Sub-District has high TB prevelance Taking Responsibility in Finding Missing TB Cases
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Eastern Cape Health 27 Mar 18
commemorates World TB Day in Hummansdorp, Kouga Sub District
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Department of Health 13 Feb 18
It's important for pregnant women to go for regular check ups at health facilities in order to monitor the growth of the baby and make sure that the mother is in good health as well. ^eN7
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Department of Health 6 Dec 17
Today is NOT phuza thursday thanks for spreading the good stuff ^eN3
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news for you 6 Dec 17
🚨 SA's Health Dept sends out an urgent WARNING A harmful bacterial disease, known as has been found in Food products. - Do NOT drink unpasteurized milk and cheese (check the label) Read more about how to protect you and your family..
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#UpdateAtNoon 104-107fm 📻 5 Dec 17
[WATCH LIVE] Minister, Aaron Motsoaledi is in studio with talking about the outbreak 📽️
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#UpdateAtNoon 104-107fm 📻 5 Dec 17
[ON AIR] Minister, Aaron Motsoaledi says the fact that the current strain of shows that what every the source, it is something that is accessible to both rich and poor South Africans
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#UpdateAtNoon 104-107fm 📻 5 Dec 17
[ON AIR] Minister Dr Aaron Motsoaledi on the with
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Department of Health 5 Dec 17
MoH Dr. Aaron Motsoaledi now on clarifying what the Listeria break out means for ordinary citizens ^eN3
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Kaya FM Talk 5 Dec 17
Replying to @HealthZA
Dr Aaron Motsoaledi says scientists cannot pin point where this comes from so it's important to wash your hands before handling food. Even if it means doing it 100 x. Don't handle cooked and uncooked food together. Wash hands with soap if you have to
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Kaya FM Talk 5 Dec 17
Replying to @HealthZA
Dr Aaron Motsoaledi says you must also avoid half cooked or uncooked food. If you have to consume fruits then wash them thoroughly. If you have to use milk then make sure it is pasteurised.
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Kaya FM News 5 Dec 17
- Most affect provinces include Gauteng, KZN and Western Cape The illness can cause fever, body pains, vomiting and weakness.
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Kaya FM News 5 Dec 17
Health officials are trying to isolate the source of food-borne disease , which has infected around 557 people and killed at least 36 this year
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South African Government 5 Dec 17
[Statement] Minister of Dr Aaron Motsoaledi on the outbreak of a food borne disease in South Africa
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Department of Health 5 Dec 17
Some of the signs and symptoms of
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South African Government 5 Dec 17
Minister Motsoaledi urged South Africans to wash hands before handling food and often during food preparation. Please don't get tired of washing your hands if it means washing hundred times a day, please do it!!
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Department of Health 5 Dec 17
See infographic: Here are 5 Keys to consuming safer food. ^eN7
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SANAC 3 Dec 17
Join SANAC and at a satellite session at on Thursday 7 Dec as we unpack SA’s new National Strategic Plan and it’s focus for impact approach
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Department of Health 1 Dec 17
Deputy president Cyril Ramaphosa and Health minister Dr Aaron Motsoaledi have arrived at the event in Mthatha ^eN5
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