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Relief as needle is removed from a woman’s hand

May 27, 2019

A mother who lived with a needle in her hand for three months is relieved after a surgery that was postponed 6 times finally gets underway.

Mpumalanga residents want emergency services prioritised

May 3, 2019

As the country heads to the polls, some South Africans have mixed feelings about service delivery and the quality of health services in their communities. Health-e asked Mpumalanga residents what they thought about the province’s public clinics and hospitals.

More than plaster to fix rural healthcare

April 23, 2019

As the seasons change and summer becomes a more distant memory, May elections creep closer and closer for the country. Campaign posters line the roadways and fight for space on telephone poles of every city and village.

Money needed to rebuild Limpopo hospitals

March 1, 2019

LIMPOPO – Having been identified as one of the two districts with the worst infrastructure in terms of its health facilities, the Vhembe district’s dilapidated hospitals are set to continue as the worst in the country.

Tshilidzini hospital management removed for incompetence

February 12, 2019

Limpopo Health MEC Dr Phophi Ramathuba has removed the entire management team at Tshilidzini Hospital because of shocking mismanagement at the public healthcare facility.

Eyesight restored for 49 patients at KwaMhlanga Hospital

December 13, 2018

MPUMALANGA – Operations on 50 blind elderly persons at KwaMhlanga Hospital have been mostly successful, with 49 of the patients having had their eyesight fully restored.

Clinic too small for community

August 22, 2018

Many patients reliant on state healthcare accept that they have to go to government health clinics where they will have to queue for hours to get assistance.