Covid-19 vaccine drive at Sabi Sand

A momentous initiative has taken place at the Sabi Sand nature reserve in Mpumalanga. Over a few days, Sabi Sand employees,…

Eurolab joins ‘HappiGiver’ community to promote dignity amongst girls at school

Eurolab has backed the Happime Foundation to support girls and young women in disadvantaged communities and help them stay in school…

Our COVID-19 response

Eurolab is committed to keeping all its staff, stakeholders, partners, suppliers and the clinicians with whom we work up to date with accurate information from the National Department of Health in South Africa about Covid-19 in this country.

Eurolab slashes cancer treatment costs again

Local oncology company, Eurolab, has launched South Africa’s latest lenalidomide generic, allowing South African cancer patients suffering from multiple myeloma to receive life-saving treatment previously only available to the top 0.1% of earners.

Profiling our CEO as part of Women’s Month

“No short cuts, no substitute for hard work,” says Eurolab CEO, Lynne Du Toit, as she reflects on her career as a woman in the medical and pharmaceutical industries.

Eurolab supports digital healthcare revolution spearheaded by Israel’s City of Health

Theresa Nagel is an Aseptic Technician at Eurolab. She is also a keen runner. Earlier this year, she ran the Comrades Marathon for the Childhood Cancer Foundation, better known as CHOC, a sponsorship initiative that generates funds for CHOC. Eurolab sponsored Theresa’s

Eurolab’s Aseptic Services Unit (ASU) joined Vic Naidoo in studio for Newzroom Afrika’s Newzworld show

Chairman of the Eurolab Group, Gabe Simaan, and Gavin Steel, general manager of Eurolab’s Aseptic Services Unit (ASU) joined Vic Naidoo…

Eurolab’s Aseptic Services Unit featured on SABC TV’s Morning Live

Eurolab’s Aseptic Services Unit (ASU) was recently featured on SABC TV’s Morning Live. Located in Midrand, Johannesburg, the unit is South…

Eurolab was recently featured in Enterprise Africa magazine

Eurolab’s roots are firmly planted in South Africa, in whose pharmaceutical industry it now
has more than 25 years’ experience, growing from a company only supplying quality oncology
generics into South Africa’s largest and most innovative oncology outfit. “

South Africa now has one Gamma Knife machine

Eurolab Group CEO, Lynne du Toit, says, “Gamma Knife machines are found in leading hospitals across the world. Through a partnership with Milpark Hospital and Eurolab, South Africa now has one machine, but too few people have access to it. We are working hard to fix this – building understanding amongst medical schemes