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Mental Health Awareness

By Lee-Yandra Paulsen Although it might be difficult at first, it is very important that people start having open conversations about mental health. This is according to the South African Depression and Anxiety Group (SADAG)’s Vanishaa Gordhan, who was a guest on VOC Breakfast on Tuesday morning. She was speaking[…]

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Cyber-bullying a major cause of depression: SADAG

A recent case of cyber-bullying has led a 13-year-old student to take her own life, putting the spotlight on the consequences of this increasing trend.  The parents of the Grade 7 pupil at Doornpoort Primary School in Pretoria found her body in her bedroom on Monday. According to Sinoville Crisis[…]

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Mental illness doesn’t go on holiday

While many South Africans are on holiday thousands of  matriculants await the release of the 2019 matric results which will be released on the 3rd of January. During this time of year many candidates experience anxiety and panic attacks during what seems to be “the longest period of their lives”.[…]

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