Joint ALLSA/SATS/CWIG Congress coming to Pretoria in July

It has been seven years since the previous joint ALLSA and SATS congress. This year, the international CWIG will join

SAIS to present Synergy in Immunology Conference

The theme for the 2019 immunology conference is Synergy in Immunology, with the aim of developing and enhancing collaborations among

Don’t miss NOFSA

The congress will host a dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry (DXA) course, used to measure bone mineral density and delegates will have

PainSA host their 2019 Congress in the Drakensberg

2019 is the International Association for the Study of Pain’s “Year against Pain in the Most Vulnerable”. PainSA, the local

SAGS Congress heading to KZN in May

The South African Glaucoma Society (SAGS) annual congress is an event eagerly anticipated by many South African ophthalmologists. The 2019 Congress will be held

UP to host 13th Biennial Obstetrics and Gynaecology Update

The University of Pretoria has extended invitations to the 13th Biennial University of Pretoria Obstetrics and Gynaecology UPDATE, which will

Cape Town to host National Ophthalmological Society Congress

OSSA 2019 will be taking place 20–24 March at the CTICC. Here is a note from the congress chair, Dr Chris Gouws.

World-leading endoscopic surgeons come to Cape Town

South Africa is at the forefront of the development of endoscopic gynaecology in Africa – a fact that will be emphasised when close to 1000 gynaecologists meet in Cape Town early this year.

Register for the annual CASSA Symposium

The Cardiac Arrhythmia Society of South Africa’s annual symposium will be held in Johannesburg on 23 February and in Cape Town on 2 March.

VTA Symposium 2019 heading to Joburg in February

The 11th International Ventilation through the Ages Symposium will be held at the Canvas in Riversands, Johannesburg from 22 to 24 February.

54th SA ENT Congress from 28 October to 1 November 2018

The 54th South African Ear, Nose and Throat Congress will take place at the Cape Town International Convention Centre between 28 October and 1 November 2018.

Crazy for Walking 2018

This year’s Crazy for Walking initiative aims to raise awareness about the stigma of mental illness in South Africa. A series of walking events will be held countrywide as part of an awareness campaign to destigmatise mental illness.