Minister Bheki Cele, You Need to Account: An Open Letter Concerns about the current crime rate, and the state of SAPS budget allocations, personnel, spending, and vehicles grow daily. The man in charge of putting the South African public’s minds at ease is the Minister of Police, Bheki Cele. In
Understanding HIV-Associated Dementia: From Diagnosis to Prognosis To properly understand the meaning of HIV-associated dementia, also known as HIV encephalopathy or AIDS Dementia Complex, it helps to first understand the general dementia diagnosis and its effects. The United States Government’s National Institute on Aging defines dementia as follows:- Dementia is
Humanitarian Crisis Looms Due to Escalating Gauteng Public Sector Radiation Oncology Waiting Lists Gauteng is in the midst of a public sector radiation oncology crisis. Thousands of patients are suffering, and this situation has only worsened over the past five years. Too many cancer patients are paying with their lives.
17 Tips to Create Your Own Writing Portfolio Website We’re living in a digital age. Writers face more competition than ever before to secure, and then cement, stable positions within their chosen industries. A writing portfolio website that clearly promotes your experience and talent, while highlighting your published work, will
Using Music to Improve Your Creative Productivity For creative types, finding inspiration and remaining productive isn’t always that easy. Sometimes it becomes necessary to find different ways to keep the creative juices flowing. Have you ever tried using music to improve your creative productivity? The Effects of Music on Creative
An Open Letter to Dr. Mokgethi, Gauteng MEC for Health About a month ago, I wrote an open letter to Dr. Nolutshungu, the new head of department for the Gauteng Department of Health. The letter had the desired effect, with Dr. Mokgethi answering some of the questions on her colleague’s
15 Ways to Beat Writer’s Block Writer’s block is a controversial topic. Numerous writing professionals refuse to acknowledge it’s existence whilst others don’t believe it applies to them. Is it a form of depression or merely an excuse for procrastination? Whatever you believe, there are occasions when inspiration just doesn’t
Productivity: 15 Steps to Eliminate Procrastination in the Workplace A precursor to stress is to find yourself in a situation where you’re not being productive in the office, and not knowing how to counter your predicament. Many factors, internal and external, contribute to procrastination and the stress it causes, so
Using Science to Sell: Psychological Techniques for Content Marketers Psychology is the scientific study of the human mind and its functions, especially those affecting behaviour in a given context. Oxford Languages Applying psychology to your content can provide you with the inside track into how your audience typically responds. A
Social media has been buzzing with news of the revolutionary new breast cancer drug, Enhertu®, and how it will be able to extend and enhance the lives of late-stage and metastatic breast cancer survivors. Make no mistake, this is great news but, in a South African context, how beneficial is Enhertu® really?