SA's Vitls Secures Funding For Health Wearables

SA's Vitls Secures Funding For Health Wearables

South African health wearables startup Vitls has secured six figure funding from three angel investors, to enable the startup to conduct further trials and commercialize its devices.

Is This Startup The Future of Health Wearables?

Is This Startup The Future of Health Wearables?

Young children often have trouble with their body heat, but for some, a quickly rising high temperature can cause fitting – known as febrile seizures. When South African software developer Werner Vorster’s son began suffering from these, the new father sat through long nights trying to prevent the child’s fever from spiking, to avoid further seizures.

Seedstar Winners

Seedstar Winners

Thanks to Seedstars World and Standard Bank for an awesome evening. Well done to all the startups who took part. The judges certainly had their jobs cut out for them. We are looking forward to the finals in Johannesburg on the 30th of June. Read more here - http://d.pr/ENyu

Coping With Febrile Seizures

Coping With Febrile Seizures

5% of children go through this. Here's some practical information on what to do. "One mother, Joanne Riley, described witnessing a febrile seizure in her two-year-old son as "one of the scariest moments of my life"."