Why you need Kaelo Clinics at your workplace

Why you need Kaelo Clinics at your workplace

An employee is more productive the healthier they are. Putting Occupational Health and Safety first provides a number of important advantages, including, keeping a keen eye on working conditions to spot and remove dangers, determine the degree of risk connected to...
HIV programmes in the workplace

HIV programmes in the workplace

South Africa has an estimated 8.45 million people living with HIV, which accounts for 13.9% of the population as of 2023. HIV is a viral infection that can be transmitted through contact with infected semen, blood, vaginal and anal fluids, and breast milk. This virus...
Innovative Mental Health Care for South African Employees

Innovative Mental Health Care for South African Employees

In his State of the Nation Address in February 2023, President Cyril Ramaposa referred to South Africans as a nation defined by hope and resilience. South Africans pride themselves on being resilient. Apartheid. State Capture. Loadshedding. Cost-of-living. Global...
Mental Health in South Africa with Celeste Olivier-Blaauw

Mental Health in South Africa with Celeste Olivier-Blaauw

Mental health has become somewhat of a buzzword in recent times. When we hear the word mental health we often think of it in terms of things such as depression and anxiety. It is important to know that mental health is more than the absence of mental illness or mental...
Money matters with James Eckersley

Money matters with James Eckersley

Financial woes are seen as one of the four main causes of anxiety and depression in South Africa, with the debt spiral seeming inescapable. Are financial issues truly inescapable, though? Impossible to tackle? At Kaelo Money we believe financial stress is not an...
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