The heat is not just about being uncomfortable.
It’s about being sick.
It means the loss of sleep and fatigue.
And it’s the loss that makes it more challenging to take care of a sick child.
In the past year, the heatwave that has gripped South Africa has left many people sick and many more at risk of heatstroke, pneumonia, and coronavirus-related deaths.
But what does it take to keep yourself cool?
How do you keep yourself from overheating in the summer?
And what can you do to prepare?
Here’s a look at some of the best ways to keep your cool during the heat.