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

Difficult times for SA health after election of controversial chairperson, Dr Dhlomo whom was responsible for the collapse of KwaZulu-Natal’s health care services

State hospitals in SA frequently makes news headlines and not because of good medical care! – Addington hospital in flames, 84 patients had to be evacuated while elevators were out of order

SA hospitals are described as “death institutions” a National Health program will only create a disaster – free medical care for the entire SA population is not feasible

Inhumane abuse of elderly woman at the hands of hospital staff in Mamelodi Hospital – woman tied up to a leg of a chair and lying on the floor

The ANC Has Finally Pushed South Africans Too Far – South African citizens are #gatvol of this corrupt & deceitful, and uncaring and incompetent ANC Government

‘Terminally ill children left to die in pain in SA government hospitals’ – ANC-regime has not yet implemented its policy on palliative care, affecting paediatric patients with terminal illnesses.

Ill baby denied healthcare at state hospitals, as a result of very arrogant medical employees the infant died – death could have been prevented if medical team chose to do their job properly

SA becoming a third world country, healthcare in shambles – Overcrowding in mortuaries becoming a national problem and health risk

Medical funds for migrants expended, no additional funding available for treating foreigners says Gauteng Health MEC. So where is the funding going to come from?

ANC-government to open state-owned pharmaceutical company – the idea of this is terrifying since we are all aware of the lack of skill government officials has not to mention a treasury that is lacking funding – How on earth will this move be sustainable?

Motsoaledi: We can’t wait to improve healthcare before implementing NHI

National Health Insurance legislation will hit private hospital sector’s future investment and capital expenditure, NHI laws threaten 132,000 jobs

Staats pasiënte moet ly omrede mediese staatsdepot in Bloemfontein nie medisyne en mediese toebehore betyds aan hospitale en klinieke kan lewer

Shocking! Almost 200 posts for doctors and specialists remain unfilled at Gauteng’s four academic hospitals — and many of these posts are likely to remain empty, the health department says