Kuyasa clinic in Khayelitsha Cape Town usually treats about 400 patients per day.
According to the 2019 South African Child Gauge Report, child obesity is on the rise in South Africa, making early childhood development crucial.
Nkanga villagers are overjoyed after MEC, Sindiswa Gomba officially unveiled their NHI clinic on Friday, 15 November 2019.
According to the latest report on mortality and causes of death by Statistics South Africa, diabetes is the second deadliest disease in South Africa.
The drone programme will be piloted in the Eastern Cape, KwaZulu-Natal and Northern Cape.
Some hospitals in Gauteng have been slammed for “severe management problems”, as thousands of deaths have been blamed on “negligence”.
The SA government urges families and communities to support people suffering from a stroke this World Stroke Awareness Week 2019.
The actor suffered from cardiac arrest before his death.
The pollen count in Cape Town is five times higher than what is deemed as ‘very high’, Professor Keertan Dheda says.
Doctors remained home for a 43rd consecutive day, striking for better pay after their salaries were eroded by the country’s spiralling inflation.
The HPCSA says that policing the increase of bogus doctors is becoming increasingly difficult.
1 in 27 women are at risk of being diagnosed with breast cancer in their lifetime
Construction on the state-of-the-art hospital started in 2006.
DA condemns NHI Bill and says: “This will do nothing to improve the quality of healthcare in both the public and private health industries.”
Public is paying more for less when it comes to private health facilities.
The Presidency recently opened the first NHI clinic in Lusikisiki, Eastern Cape.
The South African government has called on the private sector to increase education campaigns around the dangers of alcohol abuse.
South Africa’s government has received some much-needed support for its NHI BIll from a group of former world leaders known as The Elders.
It accounts for one in five deaths globally according to media relations specialist at the International Food Policy Research Institute, Smita Aggarwal.
Deputy President David Mabuza praised the Eshowe community for exceeding the 90-90-90 target set by the UN and urged others to follow their example.
Minister in the Presidency Jackson Mthembu has pleaded with the public to engage with the NHI Bill themselves after it was panned in the media.
Cyril Ramaphosa has categorically stated that the NHI is the future of the South Africa healthcare sector, “whether people like it or not”.
The DA were left disappointed by the piece of legislation that has not been changed much despite many criticisms of the NHI Bill to date.
There would be almost no use for private medical aid schemes if the National Health Insurance Bill is passed into law in its current form.
The DA’s Siviwe Gwarube claims the NHI Bill was written without consultation with provincial health departments or the National Health Council.