The much-anticipated sanctioning of Wouter Basson has still not happened, 13 years later.
The HPCSA has announced that the sentencing of "Doctor Death", the former head of the apartheid government's chemical programme, has been postponed.
Former MK fighter Sibongiseni Dhlomo says AfriForum's ignorant bid to tar him as another Wouter Basson is racist.
One M&G reader accuses Andile Mngxitama of black apartheid. Another appeals for the release of a US political prisoner.
Family members of victims of Wouter Basson have expressed relief that the apartheid-era doctor has been found guilty after a six-year trial.
The Health Professions Council of South Africa has found apartheid-era chemical warfare expert Dr Wouter Basson guilty of professional misconduct.
After a six-year hearing, judgment will finally be delivered on the conduct of apartheid-era chemical warfare expert Dr Wouter Basson.
The ANC government is punishing black people through e-tolling, says one reader. Another says Dr Death saved her life.
Punishing Dr Death is pointless, as he was only a foot soldier of the ubiquitous white supremacism, writes Andile Mngxitama.
Families of Wouter Basson's victims want the contraversial doctor to ask for their forgiveness.
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.
There was nothing unfair about delays in a hearing into the professional conduct of Dr Wouter Basson, says the Health Professions Council of SA.
A former SA Defence Force surgeon general has refused to divulge details of meetings and discussions he had with former president Nelson Mandela.
TRC evidence has been brought before Wouter Basson's unethical conduct hearing at the Health Professions Council of South Africa.
By steering clear of procedural landmines, the HPCSA may become the first tribunal to rule on whether a doctor can do ill for the greater good.
Wouter Basson has been acquitted of any crime; now it's up to his peers to hold him to account.