Health minister Zweli Mkhize and his team presented the skeleton of the National Health Insurance (NHI) Bill on Friday morning, but did not flesh out the details, including what the costing and economic impact would be. 

The long expected draft law, approved by the cabinet on Wednesday, is aimed at giving effect to an ANC resolution to create a universal healthcare system that will replace the current broken public medical service...

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