A case is recorded of a white adult male South African who presented with clinical features and urinary findings of paroxysmal nocturnal haemoglobinuria.
During a 5-year period 1,070 out of 10,154 admissions to the Addington Children's Hospital were due to accidents.
An account is given of the first 5,208 babies at the new St. Monica's Home in Cape Town, consisting of Cape Coloured and Bantu infants. The birth weights for race and sex, degrees of parity and maternal age are tabulated.
A survey of all dock and rail workers employed in Durban is descriptionbed, in which 15,265 workers were X-rayed out of a total of 17,719 (86.15% coverage).
It should be passed on to all mothers-to-be in South Africa that 'Having a baby is the greatest thrill of a woman's life'.