Baragwanath Hospital

 
Chinese South Africans still fight racism
Chinese South Africans still fight racism
In 1962, Norman Yenson was a third-year medical student at the University of the Witwatersrand. Being Chinese, he and his fellow students who were...
Love will win when I can’t protect him
Love will win when I can’t protect him
Were I the sort of person who has morning tea, I would call him my morning tea child. He came to me around 10, at the time when those who drink...
Struggle’s fighters are still bleeding
Struggle’s fighters are still bleeding
As with so many freedom fighters who returned to South Africa after years in exile, Ayanda “Christine” Bako was not prepared for the hard times...
Patients roam Soweto in pyjamas
Patients roam Soweto in pyjamas
Patients discharged from Baragwanath Hospital this week roamed Soweto in their hospital pyjamas because striking non-medical staff had locked the...
Baragwanath blames power cuts on two employees
Baragwanath blames power cuts on two employees
The Gauteng department of health gave warning letters to two employees over power cuts at Baragwanath Hospital.
Broken machines and shortages vex Baragwanath Hospital
Broken machines and shortages vex Baragwanath Hospital
In a "last resort" to improve working conditions and consequently the quality of care they give to patients, eight doctors from Chris...
Madonsela shocked at state of Baragwanath
Madonsela shocked at state of Baragwanath
"Some wards were in a state of dilapidation, with open electric plugs and hanging live wires," spokesperson Kgalalelo Masibi said on...

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