Life Esidimeni

 
Billions spent, and a boy has died, but Giyani’s taps are still dry
Billions spent, and a boy has died, but Giyani’s taps are still dry
It has been five years since a bulk water supply project was started in the Limpopo Bushveld but people living in more than 50 villages...
​On hope and the death of nostalgia in South Africa
​On hope and the death of nostalgia in South Africa
On the day South Africa’s new president is sworn in, fighter pilots take to the air in a show that makes the crowds at Pretoria’s Loftus...
Whatever happened to the doctors & nurses involved in the #LifeEsidimeni tragedy?
Whatever happened to the doctors & nurses involved in the #LifeEsidimeni tragedy?
The former Gauteng health department head who presided over the 
The fine art of polling
The fine art of polling
Nelson Mandela was the only ANC president to sit in on a focus group. Before the 1994 election, as violence threatened the polls, he sat behind a...
72 hours to care: The precarious road to psychiatric help
72 hours to care: The precarious road to psychiatric help
Dinah Mbalati was still in bed when she heard it. Something heavy was being dragged across the house’s concrete floor. Then she could make out...
Mahlangu and Hlongwa to remain members of ANC Gauteng PEC
Mahlangu and Hlongwa to remain members of ANC Gauteng PEC
Embattled ANC Gauteng leaders Qedani Mahlangu and Brian Hlongwa are to remain members of the party's provincial executive committee (PEC), the ANC...
One year on: Relive SA's historic Life Esidimeni arbitration
One year on: Relive SA's historic Life Esidimeni arbitration
By the time it was done, the Life Esidimeni tragedy had claimed four...
People are still being shackled and tortured for living with this disease
People are still being shackled and tortured for living with this disease
Mental illness is on the rise, especially among the world’s young — with devastating consequences, a new report released today reveals.
'I told Mahlangu, you must leave the country, go into exile for two years.'
'I told Mahlangu, you must leave the country, go into exile for two years.'
It’s been almost three years since former Gauteng health MEC Qedani Mahlangu...

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