Security contracts for Gauteng hospitals costing more than R500-million have been extended for almost a year despite the fact that they were irregularly awarded.
Linah Kekana, a 45 year- old Alexandra woman who is virtually immobile after contracting Elephantiasis in her left leg 12 years ago, will be receiving a social grant until she can have the surgery needed to remedy her condition.
A South African pharmacist’s idea of revolutionising access to chronic medicines in rural areas has received the nod from an international panel in the global Sandoz Hack competition.
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It’s as simple and easy as a home pregnancy test, and should be treated similarly, argues Health-e News writer Amy Green who went through the process of self-testing for HIV.
Members of Treatment Action Campaign (TAC) have joined together with the residents of Tsakane Township in Ekurhuleni to march on Pholosong Hospital to demand better conditions.
Limpopo – A young mother who suffered pain and bleeding for months after she was badly stitched after giving birth, and who was helped only after the Health Department intervened, has now received a bill for R11 000.