Threads

Special Reports:

General election 2024

< Back to special reports

South Africa’s general election on 29 May 2024 will be as pivotal for the country’s future as the first election that gave us democracy — as achieving a comfortable majority for any one party might not be as easy as before. There have never been more candidates to choose from. We analyse what the biggest players say about health and social justice issues — and break down what it means for us.

HomeResourcesGeneral election 2024 #BhekisisaWebinar — Voting right: Can your party fix our health system?

[ICYMI] #BhekisisaWebinar — Voting right: Can your party fix our health system?

  • Governments have the power to make decisions that can mean the difference between life and death when it comes to health matters.
  • On 29 May, South Africa heads to the polls for the seventh time since the first  democratic elections in 1994 — and analysts say this year’s vote will be as pivotal for the country’s future as the one 30 years ago.
  • Watch three big political parties’ health experts, together with one independent candidate, hash out what they will do to fix South Africa’s health system after the elections.
  • They also answer questions from six respondents who represent civil society and the policymaking space, as well as some questions from the audience.
  • We’re live tweeting what’s being said — questions, answers and promises — from @Bhekisisa_MG.

Watch the conversation live on our YouTube channel!

Follow us on X to join the conversation!

RELATED ARTICLES
MORE FROM AUTHOR