'Coke, stop guzzling our water!' | Health-e
How is Coca Cola in Cape Town able to use over a million litres of water every day while poor households are having their water cut off, asks the Water Crisis Coalition
Cultural perceptions fuel obesity in rural areas | Health-e
LIMPOPO - Eating pap twice a day and drinking a lot of sugary drinks has contributed in Fhulufhelo Tshivhase (29), of Duthuni village, becoming overweight. It is something she now regrets.
Act ushers in April sugar levy | Health-e
South Africans will start paying tax on sugary drinks from 1 April 2018, according to an Act gazetted yesterday.
Bigger the belly, wealthier the man, say villagers | Health-e
For a number of previously disadvantaged communities, the bigger the belly the wealthier an individual is a common perception.
Parliament finally passes sugary drinks tax | Health-e
The National Council of Provinces (NCOP) today passed the tax on sugary drinks, which is part of the Rates and Monetary Amounts and Revenue Law Amendment Bill.
Soup kitchen reduce food costs for poor families | Health-e
Alexandra non-profit organisation Ucedo Lwa Bantu (Help for the Nation), originally established to help patients with chronic illnesses adhere to their medication programmes, has instead become a feeding programme.
South Africa moves one step closer to a sugar tax – and a healthier lifestyle
Health-e News: Sugar war is a microcosm of SA’s political rot
Restricting junk food ads: Censorship or health protection? | Health-e
Colombian activists fighting against junk food recently won an important victory in their Consitutional Court
Diabetes awareness kicks into high gear in Alex | Health-e
ALEXANDRA – The City of Joburg has embarked on a diabetes awareness campaign in an effort to educate residents of the large township on the dangers of the illness, now ranked the second cause of natural deaths after TB.