More and more people are seeking mental health assistance according to Netcare’s latest half-year results. The private healthcare provider reported a steady improvement in its financial performance over the six month period ending on the 31st of March this year.
Occupancy levels at Netcare’s mental health facilities increased to 64.2-percent for the period in spite of the disruption to the operating environment caused by the fourth COVID-19 wave, driven by the Omicron variant.
The company’s profits improved thanks to higher hospital occupancy levels in recent months and lower spending on COVID-19 personal protective equipment. Headline earnings per share were up 29-percent in the reporting period.
In other news – Influencer Cyan Boujee fakes pregnancy to extort boyfriend of money and car – report
South African brand influencer, Cyan Boujee has been making rounds on social media over damning allegations that have been levelled against her.
According to social media entertainment blogger Musa Khawula, Cyan Boujee has been called out for allegedly extorting money and a car. Learn more