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

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

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

National Health Insurance Plan of ANC regime – this is what you need to know!

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!

Registered illegal aliens from other countries will have access to all medical services under the NHI, which will be financed by South Africa’s hard-working taxpayers

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

The National Health Insurance Act which will soon be put proposed, to provide free health care to everyone, regardless of where they are calling for medical care, will lead to chaos in private hospitals and may finally break the country’s economy

Hospitaal se hele bestuurspan in die pad gesteek in Limpopo – ‘n Mens kan hier doodgaan terwyl jy wag dat ’n dokter of verpleegster jou spreek

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

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

Discovery apparently is more focused on profit than on service delivery to patients – patients signing in at certain hospitals now have to pay an extra R5000

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

Disabled persons left to fend for themselves due to strike at San Michele’s home for psychiatric and disabled patients