Tshwane is a litmus test for the DA. It can't be seen to be only opposing corruption when it happens in ANC-run governments, writes Adriaan Basson.
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President Cyril Ramaphosa believes that the proposed National Health Insurance Bill can and will be a success, as it will provide "good quality health care" for all, irrespective of their background, race or creed.
Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi has defended the National Health Insurance programme and has vowed to see its implementation through at all costs.
A survey conducted among doctors say they are the most concerned about staffing at hospitals, but also about restrictions by medical schemes.
Rolling out the National Health Insurance fund blindly will have severe consequences on the country, the South African Society of Anesthesiologists has said.
The SA Chamber of Commerce and Industry says it hopes the budget will shed light on progress made in infrastructure programmes and funding for the national health insurance scheme.
The Budget Speech was like a snapshot of a car on a hill with its handbrake off - seemingly still, yet at great risk, writes Peter Attard Montalto.
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