+27 110 300 9300 info@lifeworks.co.za
Home
Latest News  
Wednesday, July 31 2013
Read More
 
Friday, January 30 2009
BATSOMI ACQUIRES 100% OF LIFEWORKS
Batsomi Investment Holdings has acquired 100% of the Company through a buy-out of the remaining 40% minority stake.
Read More
 
Thursday, December 07 2006
CORPORATE PROFILE
From its inception eight years ago, batsomi lifeworks has increased its clientele from two to 25 and its staff complement has risen from four to 25. The company - which changed its name from lifeworks in November - describes itself as a leading provider of HIV/Aids medical management solutions in Africa.
Read More
 
Monday, July 24 2006
LAFARGE'S THERAPY
Lafarge, the world's largest cement producer, has achieved significant results in its South African HIV prevention, testing and treatment campaign.
Read More
 
Friday, February 10 2006
BATSOMI SELLS 10% TO INVESTEC PRIVATE BANK
Batsomi sells 10% to Investec Private Bank
Read More
 
Friday, February 10 2006
INVESTEC BUYS 10% OF MODISE'S BATSOMI
Investec buys 10% of Modise's Batsomi
Read More
 
Thursday, February 09 2006
BATSOMI BUYS 60% STAKE IN LIFEWORKS
Black Economic Empowerment Group, Batsomi, buys 60% stake in Lifeworks
Read More
 
Thursday, February 09 2006
BATSOMI BUYS INTO MEDICAL FIRM LIFEWORKS
Batsomi Group, through its Batsomi Healthcare subsidiary, has acquired a 60% controlling stake in medical company Lifeworks
Read More
 
Friday, September 02 2005
HIV RIFE IN SUBURBS
As many as one in six homes may have an infected member
Read More
 
Tuesday, August 23 2005
OUTSOURCING THE BUSINESS OF LIFE AND DEATH
Leading South African corporate achieves globally-recognised success in the business of HIV/AIDS.
Read More
 
Sunday, January 23 2005
DON’T PANIC ABOUT AIDS
Companies dealing with the disease need a sober strategy to manage its impact.
Read More
 
Thursday, November 18 2004
WISING UP TO THE BUSINESS IMPLICATIONS OF HIV/AIDS
South African companies are missing out on lucrative returns by failing to see that money spent on HIV/Aids is an investment, rather than a cost, according to a new study into major Southern African companies.
Read More
 
Thursday, November 18 2004
VERSEKERING WORD WEENS MIV ONBEKOSTIGBAAR
Sterfte- en ongeskiktheidsdekking kan weens vigs binne die volgende dekade bykans onbekostigbaar word vir maatskappye wat hoofsaaklik blouboordjiewerkers in diens neem in hoe-risiko provinsies soos KwaZulu-Natal.
Read More
 
Sunday, August 01 2004
SA ENTERS THE AIDS “GRAVEYARD SHIFT”
Deaths among 25 to 40-year olds now exceed deaths among those aged over 55, suggesting South Africa is in the “graveyard shift” in the battle against HIV/AIDS, says Clem Sunter, a director of the SA Business Coalition against HIV/AIDS.
Read More
 
Tuesday, January 06 2004
POLITICAL POLARISATION:
and its impact on the State treatment plan.
Read More