https://www.iol.co.za/weekend-argus/dire-problems-in-sas-cardiac-health-care-12228519 ‘Dire problems in SA’s cardiac health care’ Weekend Argus / 2 December 2017, 12:09pm / Ray Hartle THE 50th anniversary of the first human-to-human heart transplant is an opportunity to celebrate, but South Africans should also wake up to the reality of the
On a Monday morning in August, 2016, South African Wayde van Niekerk became the fastest person on earth across 400 meters of an athletics track, raising whoops of unbridled joy and admiration. I was left considering my own slow, stop-start,
Provide relevant information to all communities in our country on heart disease and available treatments; Promote an effective recording of deaths in order to get an accurate account of the causes of death and the burden of disease; Lead a
Fifty years ago, unbeknown to the world, the country stood poised to breach one of the most significant frontiers in medical science, the transplantation of a human heart from one person to another. Such a procedure – already perfected in
University of Cape Town and Groote Schuur Hospital cardiothoracic surgeon Dr Tim Pennel joined East London cardiologist Dave Kettles in a discussion on the challenges in diagnosing and treating heart disease in South Africa. The event was hosted by Life
FROM OUR EVENT IN EAST LONDON: CURRENT AND FUTURE FRONTIERS IN HEART DISEASE AND TREATMENT The 50th anniversary of the first human-to-human heart transplant is an opportunity to celebrate, but South Africans must also wake up to the reality
Algoa FM interview with Jeff Moloi, Thursday, November 22, 2017. https://cms.algoafm.co.za//pod/201711239589.mp3
Link FM interview with Titch Wild, Thursday, May 19, 2017.