The government has set several commendable goals but will have to improve its delivery.
A task team set up by Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi has found the HPCSA has failed to function effectively.
I have given up on the health body. I hope the minister’s investigative team has better luck.
Wouter Basson's sentencing hearings are on hold until the high court rules on his interdict application on Thursday.
Wouter Basson's lawyers have called for the recusal of an HPCSA committee over suspected involvement in a petition to strike him off the medical roll.
A move to ban Wouter Basson from medicine has been met with a tongue-lashing from his lawyer.
The sentencing of private cardiologist Wouter Basson guilty of unprofessional conduct as head doctor during apartheid is off to a contentious start.
Many dental assistants in private practices are paid very little and have to do menial tasks.
Almost a year after the first complaints were filed with the HPCSA about Dr Dube, the Limpopo doctor's medical licence has been stripped.
Badly needed and eager to work here, their efforts are being thwarted by a bureaucratic quagmire.
Bhekisisa looks back at, and follows up on, some of the most popular and impactful stories of 2013.
Family members of victims of Wouter Basson have expressed relief that the apartheid-era doctor has been found guilty after a six-year trial.
A new complaint has been filed against Limpopo doctor Allick Dube.
Wouter Basson, one of SA's controversial apartheid-era figures, may be banned from practising medicine, but cardiology would suffer, say patients.
The HPCSA will rule on Wouter Basson's fate on December 18 after a five-year long inquiry into his actions during apartheid.
Wouter Basson's lawyer says it is important to not view the case into the apartheid chemical warfare programme with an "armchair approach".
The Health Professions Council of South Africa's hearing into the conduct of Dr Wouter Basson is set to resume on Friday.
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A man has taken two specialists to task for a "misdiagnosis" that nearly cost him his foot