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Free State healthcare workers march for Malakoane’s head

In a TAC march, workers in the province's crisis-hit health sector say they will hold a night vigil every Wednesday until demands are met.

How a dying woman’s bed was taken by an ANC official

In the Free State, access to health services can depend on who you know, as the tragic case of one woman illustrates.

Life-saving medical care not available to ‘people of nothing’

Appalling conditions in Free State hospitals reveal a health care system that seems to be corrupt from top to bottom.

Free State workers demonstrate over health crisis

The TAC says it fears the arrest of over 50 community healthcare workers after they began a sit-in at the province's health department headquarters.

‘Rotten egg’ gas suffocates SA

Domestic fires are the worst culprits when it comes to air pollution and dirty electricity is being touted as the answer.

Mobilise your medical history with apps

Sean Bacher looks at MyMedRec, Up Coffee, Documents To Go, Scanner Pro and Dragon Dictation - apps that help keep track of medical records and data.

MEC’s car cost three ambulances

Funds have been diverted from healthcare to buy North West health chief Magome Masike a sporty new Mercedes Benz.

Political parties offer no cure-all prescriptions

Some have barely feasible healthcare ideas, others are in 'populist', 'throwaway' electioneering mode.

Netcare’s BMI faces UK competition censure

The group now faces scrutiny in South Africa, after its overseas subsidiary was nailed.

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