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After 14 years of delays, the Health Professions Council should have seen what was coming in the Wouter Basson case.
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Activists say that at least one patient has been trying to get treatment since 2013.
In Kivalo, where cyclones, overfishing and rising seas threaten livelihoods, beekeeping offers an unlikely alternative to fishing.
Instead of the care she sought, a vulnerable patient found further distress in a PE hospital.
The HPV vaccine roll-out is prompting parents to rethink how they talk to children about sex.
Provincial health department has been put under administration as ministerial task team is deployed to the province.
Better-quality primary healthcare would result in lower medical aid premiums.
A doctor currently on paid leave was convicted of two counts of involuntary manslaughter in the US before starting jobs in SA public hospitals.