184 staff members of the Gauteng Health Services own private businesses and trade with government departments

The doctors of the future! Not a single student from 5 universities, including UCT and Wits, passed their surgery exam

Launching NHI is not going to improve healthcare – SA health services could face a shortfall of 400,000 nurses by 2025

Hospitals held up due to shortage of basic medical supplies – ANC regime want to implement NHI, but is currently unable to manage hospitals

Medical funds are becoming increasingly unreasonable – People will now have to pay more for towards their medical aid premium, this while state hospitals are plunged into chaos

Your new life under South Africa’s new NHI according to economist Dawie Roodt

God Help us! No health care facility in Gauteng controlled by ANC regime could pass safety audit – Now the very same regime wants to enforce a National Health Insurance Plan across SA

ANC is bragging about the new Health Plan initiative- no mention of how hospitals’ chaos will be transformed into effective health institutions

Mamelodi Hospital is a death trap; new-born baby fell to his death after mother gave birth standing up after nurses refuse to help her

New Health Plan poses huge risk to SA’s economy and would be disastrous if implemented – even far left FW de Klerk Foundation have their doubts!

ANC regime’s NHI plan back in the news – according to spokesman it will be wisely implemented – As if the ANC knows what wisely means!

No high-care unit at Pelonomi Hospital is operational – patients suffer – poor condition of state hospital indication that the planned Health Insurance will be just another failed ANC project

Matjhabeng: From city of gold to city of sewage – residents’ properties were flooded with sewage for days because sewage pipes were leaking but were not being fixed

National Health Plan is going to need at least R180bn to R250bn for 12-month spending – with SA’s faltering economy that’s a disproportionate amount

Huge Disparity in Cost of Cancer Treatment – A year’s supply of cancer medicine cost less than R32,000 in India, but costs R882,000 in South Africa!