Can higher ‘sin taxes’ help the economy?
The sugary drinks tax has already generated almost R800-million, and there is a growing call for even higher “sin taxes” to help reverse the VAT increase. HEALTH-E NEWS’ Amy Green reports.Read More
11 October 2016 Today is World Obesity Day, and the international focus is on childhood obesity. The Department of Health… moreRead More
Thabo Molelekwa According to the Household Food Waste Disposal Study, food waste can be seen as having a triple negative… moreRead More
This World Hunger Day, Thabo Molelekwa looks at why South Africa’s social grants are just not enough for indigent families… moreRead More
Thabo Molelekwa The products of the inner city farm are used not only to feed children at the Early Childhood… moreRead More
Under nutrition, obesity and diet-related noncommunicable diseases are leading to catastrophic costs to individuals, to communities and to national healthcare… moreRead More