Tips to travel by road safety

Between lockdown restrictions and civil unrest, travelling safely can be challenging. Mandy Latimore provides tips for remaining safe on the road The civil unrest in June and August, as well as travel restrictions, has made me reconsider the safety measures that we need to put in place to travel safely […]

Complex motives behind fake news

Spreading fake news is generally acknowledged as being disruptive and potentially harmful. So much so that our nation’s president has on several occasions cautioned the public against sharing false information, with particular reference to the COVID-19 pandemic. So, what drives people to create and circulate fake news? Kiara Sunder, a […]

Increased risk of COVID transmission with Delta variant

Dr Richard Friedland, chief executive officer of Netcare, says that the surge in COVID-19 cases and high admissions to hospitals in Gauteng are directly linked to the emergence of the Delta variant in South Africa. “Initial modelling suggested that Gauteng would experience a third wave, which would be lower than […]

Priority vaccination plea to save lives

With the rate of infections ever climbing and new variants always posing a risk, QASA is fighting to ensure its members are kept safe Risk of death rather than mortality rates should be the criteria that secures priority vaccination argues the QuadPara Association of South Africa (QASA). The organisation has […]

Debunking the myths around the COVID vaccine

To promote the first issue of 2021, Rolling Inspiration is hosting a webinar on Wednesday, 31 March, at 7 PM. During the free-to-attend event, Rolling Inspiration editor, Mariska Morris, and managing editor, Raven Benny, will discuss the myths surrounding the COVID vaccine with Rolling Inspiration contributor, George Louw. George qualified […]