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Wednesday, 13 December 2006 16:41

RemSpecED to go to print in 2007

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{pp}RemSpecED - a developing resource for the parent, teacher and therapist market, will be expanding its offering to incorporate print media in 2007.
Monday, 16 October 2006 12:59

Businesses benefiting from Coffee Couture

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[] In today’s intensively competitive business environment, it is often difficult for clients to tell the difference between the skills and service offerings of competing firms. It is here that first impressions count, and modern companies are always looking for small ways to make the difference to meetings with prospective…
[] Intaba in Piketberg are proud to introduce the following exciting range, the first of its kind in South Africa (possibly the world!)Wild Dagga & CitrusAfrican Ginger & LemonCape Mistletoe & RoseBuchu & Honeybush
Friday, 29 September 2006 16:56

Check the Fine Print

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[] Fedhealth announces a single digit premium increase. Fedhealth – one of the country’s largest remaining independent medical schemes - has announced that their premium increase for 2007 will be an average of 9.8%.
Monday, 24 April 2006 04:00

The Future of Addiction Treatment Today

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[] There is a widespread cliché in traditional addiction treatment that describes insanity as doing the same thing over and over again expecting a different result.Yet we see addicted individuals attending one traditional 12 Step program to another, expecting different results. As one ex-patient remarked, “I’m a 12 Step graduate,…
[] Medshield, South Africa’s fifth largest medical aid scheme has been given a squeaky clean bill of health by the international ratings agency, Global Credit Ratings (GCR). The scheme’s claims paying ability rating has subsequently been upgraded from A+ to AA-. This is the second highest rating a medical scheme…
Wednesday, 10 May 2006 04:00

Medshield challenges the SA broker

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[] Would you use the services of a healthcare broker who didn’t offer you the best medical aid to suit your needs and your pocket? Probably not. Brokers need to ensure their clients won’t find a better product elsewhere. This might be a daunting prospect for brokers, but its great…
Tuesday, 11 April 2006 04:00

The lowdown on low cost medical aid

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[] Lower-income earners can’t afford to make financial mistakes when it comes to their healthcare. This is a concern for industry experts, who are urging South Africans to know where they stand with their medical aids by asking the right questions. While low-cost healthcare cover is all too often associated…
Wednesday, 17 May 2006 04:00

Look at your healthcare long-term, warn experts

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[] "It's high time the public managed their medical aid cover with the same priority and commitment as they plan their life insurance," warns John Sherratt, MD of iChoices, authorised financial services provider. His point is simple: Your healthcare could be dangerously short-changed if you only consider medical aid options…
[] Seashell Books aims to raise much-needed money for the Cochlear Implant Fund in South Africa with the publication of inspirational books in conjunction with Lulu, the world’s fastest-growing provider of print-on-demand books.Seashell Books aims to raise much-needed money for the Cochlear Implant Fund in South Africa with the publication…

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