Professor Robin Kinsley opens his heart to children Dr Kinsley has performed 15 000 open heart surgeries and operated on babies who were only a few days old. Giving kids suffering from heart defects a second lease on life The parents of the two children born with a form of heart disease can rest easy knowing that their kids will have a chance to live life, as they were... Highway Mail Featured Article Children’s Cardiac Foundation of Africa has given children with heart problems a chance to live a normal life. Rooi Rose Magazine Feature In the four months since the launch of the Childrens Cardiac Foundation of Africa the foundation has successfully performed three more life-saving operations on children from Africa. SABC Discussion – Congenital Heart Condition Congenital heart conditions among infants remain a silent killer. 702 FM Discussion - TCCFA launched Speaking to Ray White on the Xolani Gwala show Press Release Statement Foundation gives new hope to children with life-threatening heart defects 1000 Lives – Life gives Life Interview This is part of SABC2 medi-docu series 1000 Lives – Life gives Life The Citizen - Aims to reduce cardiac disease in children The Children’s Cardiac Foundation of Africa (CCFA) has a goal to provide surgery for as many children as possible both in South Africa and on the continent. The Chronicle - Article SANDTON – The foundation will offer life-saving surgery to children whose families cannot afford the costly surgery. Bringing hope to hearts Durban – When paediatric nurse Susan Sibiya held her newborn daughter in her arms for the first time, she noticed her baby’s pulse was racing and she was groaning. Doctor’s heart beats for kid’s surgery While many people of his age would be retired, world-renowned heart surgeon, Professor Rob Kinsley, 77, is still performing miracles on the operating table. Renowned surgeon launches cardiac foundation for African children The Children’s Cardiac Foundation of South Africa, Lenmed Health initiative, was launched at a function being hosted in his honour at the Oyster Box Hotel in Durban.