Welcome to Amayeza Information Centre
We are an independant medicine information centre that aims to provide reliable, accurate, objective, and up-to-date information on medicine to pharmacists and other health care professionals across South Africa.
The word “Amayeza” means “medicine” in the Xhosa language.
Please take note that our drug information service is only available to subscribers to Amayeza. This has been in effect from 1st April 2013. In order to benefit from our medicine information service, you will need to subscribe to us.
Data Privacy Statement
Amayeza Information Services stores any personal information to enable us to address the enquiry, or other such matters that have been raised, and to document our response. The information will be retained in a secure server and will only be used for this purpose, unless required for legal proceedings. If reporting an adverse event, the information provided will be used in order to meet regulatory requirements in relation to the safety of medicines. In accordance with applicable law, you may have a right to access and correct your information. If you would prefer that Amayeza does not store your personal data, please let us know.
***The malaria risk map of South Africa has been updated. Click here for more information.
South African Society of Travel Medicine (SASTM) Publications:
The following two publications related to travel medicines and vaccines are available via the SASTM website.
Beyond Childhood Vaccination
A Guide to the Practice of Travel Medicine
Last updated: 11 February 2014