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The National Health Insurance: Who’s in, who’s out and how much will it cost

The NHI was the centre of this weekend’s presidential health summit. Now the pressure is mounting for Treasury to figure out how to fund it.

SIU hones in on healthcare sector: ‘Prosecutions have to follow’

After two days of deliberations on the National Health Insurance, delegates are expected to summarise findings and present the way forward.

Mabuza: ‘The NHI must not negate private health schemes for those who desire them’

Read what Deputy President David Mabuza had to say about primary health care and the NHI in his Presidential Health Summit speech.

Watch live: Mabuza, Motsoaledi meet with unions and private sector to discuss NHI

Motsoaledi is expected to join experts, academics and business to discuss how NHI will be financed and the private sector's involvement.

Think you’re going to opt out of the #NHI when it comes? Think again.

In June, the health minister released the long-awaited National Health Insurance Bill. What does it mean to you and your medical aid? We tell you.

Will the NHI actually work?

Read what Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi has up his sleeve for your medical aid.

Health Bills’ diagnostic value limited

The proposed legislation is less clear on key issues than the rhetoric around it suggests, say experts

At a glance: What the National Health Insurance means for you & your pocket

Two Bills, almost 200 pages may change healthcare forever in SA. Haven't read them? We did the heavy lifting so you don't have to.

Read the Medical Scheme Amendments Bill

Find out what the big changes government may have in store for medical aids.

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