Friday, September 17, 2021
By Kefiloe Kajane Insurance company Metropolitan Lesotho yesterday launched a Health4Me Medical Aid Scheme which is targeted at reducing absenteeism at work, thereby improving productivity. According to Metropolitan’s general manager of health Sepinare Lenkoe the scheme is meant for employees aged 18 years and above who earn less than M10 000...
By Kefiloe Kajane Uncertainty abounds amid rife speculation that Tšepong (Pty) Ltd has been ordered to vacate the health premises in 60 days by the government after a breakdown in relations between the two. But the health ministry’s spokesperson Tumisang Mokoai has declined any knowledge of the instruction said to be...
By Neo Kolane The family of Maseru Letaoa of Pela-Tšoeu in the Leribe district are desperate. The family man is in urgent need of constant oxygen supply and his condition is deteriorating by the day. Letaoa is a 40-year old man who is oxygen dependent and cannot buy his own oxygen...
By Neo Kolane Concerns are gradually growing at the mushrooming of pharmacies owned and operated by unqualified people in the country, which pose a serious health risk to gullible customers. These health facilities are growing in numbers in and around the different towns and peri-urban settlements. Most of them are run...
By Neo Kolane June is Men's Health Month, a national observance used to raise awareness about health care for men and focus on encouraging boys, men and their families to practice and implement healthy living practices such as exercising and eating healthy. Men’s health refers to a state of complete physical,...