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Robert Mugabe died at least once a year. It usually happened in January, when he was on his annual leave, and the news travelled via whispers and rumour. The Zimbabwean president, who ended up becoming Africa’s oldest head of state, was pronounced dead so frequently that he was moved to comment on it himself. “I...
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Within minutes, it was clear that things were even worse than I had thought. I was listening in while waiting to be interviewed on radio station SAfm on the topic of conspiracy theories. What I heard left me in no doubt that South Africans face an unprecedented deluge of misinformation and disinformation. We need an...
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The ‘new normal’ can get you down Life under lockdown was tough enough. It affected the mental health of millions all over the world; the South African Depression and Anxiety Group (SADAG) reported that daily calls to their helpline had doubled. SADAG board chairperson, Dr Frans Korb, said the initial focus was on the medical...
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COMMENT The desire to have children is age-old, but for the one in five South African couples struggling with infertility there’s a double-edged sword. Whereas infertility has a negative effect on mental well-being, its root causes can also lie in mental health disorders such as depression and anxiety. Women with a history of depression are...
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