It is starting to ‘rain blood’ with all the attacks the past week – (4) Employee attacks, brutally stabs, ties up woman

It is starting to ‘rain blood’ with all the farm attacks the past week – (2) Farm murder: Husband and wife attacked, shot, Bela-Bela

Woman to sue Gauteng health department after giving birth to ‘decapitated’ baby in state hospital

Terrorist attacked a farm, this time in the Eastern Province, Kirkwood, and this time it was fatal

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

State hospital in KwaZulu Natal invested with monkeys – Monkeys invade kitchen and wards, sometimes even interfering with patients’ intravenous (IV) drips

‘Horrifying Cruelty By The ANC – South Africans endure pain, suffering and neglect at Robert Sobukwe Hospital

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

Nurses allegedly ‘ignored’ pleas for help as mom cradled dead infant after suffering a miscarriage, while nurses pay no attention to her and ate their cereal at Groote Schuur Hospital

One month later and still no surgery for elderly woman who suffered extensive injuries at Limpopo hospital – This is what happen when you cannot afford medical aid and you left in the care of government hospitals!

Discovery klaarblyklik meer ingestel is op winsbejag as op dienslewering aan pasiënte – pasiënte wat by sekere hospitale inteken moet nou ‘n ekstra R5000 opdok

Government health care system a disgrace – Elderly man from Sasolburg fear for his life after told to only come back to Boitumelo Regional Hospital in 2020 for much needed surgery

Horrific photos from the children’s ward in a provincial hospital in Mpumalanga, Middelburg

Public hospitals in South Africa have become a death-trap for the poor

Livingston Hospital: Dirty hospital linen in plastic bags is piling up and patients often have to bring their own linen from home when hospitalised