I warned that the EFF's total disregard for the rules would cause serious problems in years to come, writes Melanie Verwoerd.
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A woman is devasted after vet mistakenly euthanised her pup after an awful mix-up.
In the Netherlands and Belgium, minors can request doctors to terminate their life if they are going through extreme suffering that cannot be eased.
Euthanasia advocate Sean Davison is expected to appear in the Cape Town Magistrate's Court, facing two premeditated murder charges.
The murder trial of Sean Davison, who founded the "right to die" organisation DignitySA, has been postponed to April after a quick appearance in the Cape Town Magistrate's Court.
Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu has come out in support of euthanasia after Sean Davison, founder of right-to-die organisation DignitySA, was arrested for murder.
Dutch prosecutors have launched criminal probes into four euthanasia cases amid concerns doctors may have flouted the rules in helping four elderly women to end their lives.
A Johannesburg doctor wants the right to end her own life and that of a patient because the symptoms of their respective illnesses are "torture".
Everyone should be entitled to an assisted death. A law that makes criminals out of people helping another person to end their suffering is not a good law, writes Sean Davison.
Archbishop Tutu is an advocate of euthanasia. He also supports abortion as a choice. How do we reconcile his endorsement, as a Christian bishop, of these, asks Michael Mayer.
A terminally-ill minor has become the first juvenile who has been helped to die in Belgium since it removed age restrictions on euthanasia.
A Frenchman at the centre of a bitter right-to-die legal feud that has raged for a decade passed away in hospital on Thursday after doctors removed his life support, his family said.
Sarco, short for sarcophagus, is a 3D printed machine.
The founder of right-to-die organisation DignitySA, Sean Davison, is hoping to raise around R2.8m for his defence against two premeditated murder charges.
Premeditated murder by placing a bag over someone's head - this is the second charge the State has added to right-to-die advocate Professor Sean Davison's case.
A 104-year-old British-born Australian scientist who is planning to kill himself on Thursday says he doesn't think drugs used for assisted suicide should be available to just anyone, but that doctors should have the ability to prescribe them
A Dutch appeals court has convicted a man for helping his ailing, 99-year-old stepmother take her own life a decade ago, in a case that has become a focal point in the fierce debate in the Netherlands about end-of-life issues.
Desperate to end their suffering, an impoverished Bangladeshi father has begged permission to kill three terminally ill members of his family, sparking a rare debate about euthanasia in a deeply conservative society.
The Supreme Court of Appeal has ruled it was wrong for the Pretoria High Court to issue an order allowing a terminally ill cancer patient to commit suicide with a doctor’s help.
Under the new system, an 'assistant in death' – someone with medical and special training – would have to authorise an assisted suicide after ruling out any treatment that would overcome the 'wish to die'.
Euthanasia has been legal in Belgium since 2002, and involves the use of drugs taken by mouth or given intravenously.
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