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HEALTH

In Shock| Pretoria Doctor And Pastor Have Become The First To Perform A Surgery To Cure This

PRETORIA - A pretoria Doctor and Pastor, Mashudu Tshifularo has become the first individual to perform a surgery to cure deafness. People are extremely exhilarated to see such a thing happening, we are going towards the right direction. People who are born with disabilities sometimes wish that they had the ability to do things just like others, but it is better because they do not know the feeling although its sad.

  1 month ago ago
In Shock| Pretoria Doctor And Pastor Have Become The First To Perform A Surgery To Cure This

SOCIETY

Black Man Makes History

Meet Professor Mashudu Tshifularo.The man who made history by performing the world's first 3D printed middle ear transplant! Tshifularo,a professor at the University of Pretoria (UP) made history back in 2019 when he performed this ground breaking surgery. Originally from Venda in Limpopo he says he knew at the tender age of 13 that he wanted to be a doctor and not just any ordinary doctor,but that he wanted to break boundaries and reach for the unreachable!

  1 month ago ago
Black Man Makes History

HEALTH

Some Good News That Venda People do but the Media Won't Make Them Trend|Opinion

I am disappointed because this happened quit a long time but didn’t make headlines, congratulations again to Dr Tshifularo and his team, and for those who didn't hear his venda even though that was not mentioned so stop undermining venda people period. Show us some respect we deserve

  1 month ago ago
Some Good News That Venda People do but the Media Won't Make Them Trend|Opinion

ECONOMY-FINANCE

South Africa to become more reliant on fuel imports as local refineries face closure

South Africa will develop significantly more reliant on imports for its fuel needs as the nation's refining area faces an unsure future, says Avhapfani Tshifularo, chief overseer of the South African Oil Industry Affiliation (SAPIA). In a meeting with S&P Worldwide Platts, Tshifularo said every one of the six of the country's processing plants are right now 'under audit' and some of them "should settle on some exceptionally troublesome choices". The feasible situation will be to either "to change over a processing

  10 months ago ago
South Africa to become more reliant on fuel imports as local refineries face closure