DA plans to refer the bill to the Constitutional Court
SA Committee of Medical Deans warns of severe consequences for public health and professional training
The court granted a punitive cost order against the RAF, saying the respondents had been put to ‘unnecessary and entirely avoidable costs’ in dealing with many ...
Parties to seek a special allocation for the case to be heard as soon as possible in 2024
A new survey finds SA's doctors are under great pressure as power cuts compromise patient care and push up costs
Congress failed to reauthorise the programme for another five-year term but it is enshrined in US law
Concern grows as fewer people in higher-risk groups are using condoms
Report has potentially far-reaching implications for the industry,
FF+ asks human rights body to probe allegations including sexual abuse and insufficient anaesthetic
Child marriage with parental consent is still permissible in SA though draft legislation seeks to criminalise the practice
Martin Kingston says business groups have been led to believe there will be adjustments for medical schemes
SA ranks 34th from bottom of 80 countries included in tobacco industry influence index
Most cases due to staff negligence, some conceded and settled out of court thanks to lack of records
Fund plans to appeal court ruling that it exceeded its powers in issuing new requirements and created barriers impeding accident victims’ ability to lodge ...
The Road Accident Fund has failed to comply with a Constitutional Court ruling to resume paying medical scheme claims