Aaron Motsoaledi

 
Investigation into deaths of 36 psychiatric patients urged
Investigation into deaths of 36 psychiatric patients urged
Pressure is mounting on the Gauteng health department following deaths of 36 psychiatric patients earlier this year. The patients had been...
Health minister wants probe into deaths of 36 psychiatric patients
Health minister wants probe into deaths of 36 psychiatric patients
Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi has asked the health ombudsman to investigate the deaths of 36 psychiatric patients after they were transferred...
HPCSA axes top officials
HPCSA axes top officials
The Health Professions Council of South Africa (HPCSA) has "parted ways" with its registrar/chief executive officer, chief operations officer and...
Letters to the editor: January 15 to 21 2016
Letters to the editor: January 15 to 21 2016
Andile Mngxitama’s article (Penny Sparrow:...
Letters to the editor: January 8 to 14 2016
Letters to the editor: January 8 to 14 2016
As a young, so-called born-free black person living in South Africa, it breaks my heart to see how the once glorious ANC has degenerated into what it...
Motsoaledi: “TB advocates should learn from their HIV colleagues”
Motsoaledi: “TB advocates should learn from their HIV colleagues”
The world’s biggest infectious killer – tuberculosis (TB) – is also the most common cause of HIV-related deaths. According to the World Health...
New plan to help end tuberculosis by 2035
New plan to help end tuberculosis by 2035
Unless there is a complete overhaul of how tuberculosis (TB) is tackled, the world’s biggest infectious killer will claim lives for centuries –...
Has anything changed at Dihlabeng Hospital in Bethlehem?
Has anything changed at Dihlabeng Hospital in Bethlehem?
On March 20 the Mail & Guardian published the heartbreaking story of Maritsa Balanco, whose last memory of...
Editorial: Unhealthy state of affairs
Editorial: Unhealthy state of affairs
On Thursday the civil society coalition Stop Stock Outs released the results of its second national survey of drug stock-outs in public health...
Survey uncovers shortages in critical medication
Survey uncovers shortages in critical medication
South Africa's drug stock-out problems have worsened, according to the results of a survey by the civil society coalition Stop Stock-outs that was...
Motsoaledi refutes claims SA faces drug shortages
Motsoaledi refutes claims SA faces drug shortages
Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi has hit back at media reports about drug shortages at public health facilities reaching crisis levels. 
Death and the high cost of living
Death and the high cost of living
Responding to Judge Hans Fabricius's ruling on April 30 that Robin Stransham-Ford be permitted to seek assistance in ending his life, Health Minister...

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