Trump’s beleaguered domestic agenda weigh on the greenback; US stock indexes open lower, pulling back from record high levels earlier in the week
South African expats may come back home if the new tax rules take effect — but at African Bank, too many workers want to leave
Engineered System Solutions has a five-year contract to provide electronic tags, but the Special Investigating Unit is following up on alleged irregularities
The DA and the IFP have an agreement in eight municipalities — but corruption allegations, by the ANC, could change all that
The size of the AdBlue treatment solution tanks agreed on was too small to clean exhaust gases by the necessary amount, Der Spiegel reports
The Bank warns it will not hesitate to reverse its rate-cut decision if SA’s highly uncertain economic environment persists
The economic development minister urges suppliers of data to bring down their costs on an expedited basis, without waiting for the outcome of the inquiry
The policy has sparked controversy with the opposition accusing outgoing President Jose Dos Santos of looking to retain control of the military after he leaves office
The Confederation of African Football has accepted changes including dealing with voting procedures, election processes and the appointment of staff
MultiChoice’s contract with Gupta channel flies in the face of a commitment to enriching South Africans’ lives, writes Deon Wiggett
Prescribing drugs electronically will revolutionise access in private and public health, says Department of Health chief director
Fraud, waste and abuse in healthcare remain challenges in the well-funded private healthcare sector
Discovery Health Patient Survey Score finds that local hospitals are increasingly meeting the needs and expectations of patients
Cost and implementation remain major hurdles to the implementation of National Health Insurance, conference hears
On Monday, DA health officials Imran Keeka and Patricia Kopane tried to enter Addington Hospital’s oncology unit but were physically removed by security ...
Provincial projections show that the Cape Town metro is expected to experience the lowest rate of population growth, as it is growing from a higher population ...
ANC supports the policy proposal put forward by Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi
Tighter controls of hospital admissions and new rules for public servants who hop on and off the scheme pay off, says official
Findings in the SA Medical Journal suggest the five-year survival rate of 50% for SA’s children with cancer is lower than the 80% in high-income countries due ...
The province’s health MEC is facing calls for his removal as cancer patients wait months for diagnosis and treatment
Shortages of critical drugs when tenders lapse are caused by problems that are easily prevented with proper communication and planning, a study has found
'Schemes are guilty of withholding payment from doctors without proof of misconduct'
Overall, the National Health Insurance white paper is a great theoretical overview of the ideal healthcare system … except that it won’t happen, writes Johann ...
Economist warns on the use of 2010 figures in official government documents despite much-touted policy developments
The Health Minister says the first package of benefits will aid women, children and the elderly, with funds helping people ‘who are not on medical aid’
SA has culled more than a quarter of a million birds to contain the outbreak of a deadly and highly contagious strain of the virus
The Departments of Health, and Trade and Industry, say SA is a long way off the 50 pharmacists per 100,000 people international benchmark
But Sibongiseni Dhlomo has also tried to deflect blame for broken oncology machines from the department onto the company from which the equipment was bought
The South African Nursing Council should have completed its investigation before punishing all students who wrote the May exam, the union says
The timing is significant — just two weeks before the ANC’s policy conference
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