The battle to remove Gordhan and ultimately President Cyril Ramaphosa from office is in full swing, writes Adriaan Basson.
Tstorms early. Morning clouds. Mild.
As the world adapts to climate change, and data privacy becomes an election issue, investors should scrutinise their stockholding and consider possible new laws affecting certain sectors
The South African Society of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists has raised concerns over "unnecessary" warrants of arrest after two experienced medical specialists were criminally charged.
The case of two medical doctors who were arrested for culpable homicide has been postponed.
The Council for Medical Schemes plans to disallow low-cost benefit options for healthcare to better align offerings of medical schemes to National Health Insurance policy.
Stats reveal the striking inequality in the cost of medicine in 50 countries around the world.
The private healthcare group has released its earnings report for the year ended September 30.
The Health Professions Council of South Africa has launched an investigation into paediatric surgeon Dr Peter Beale, who has been accused of medical negligence by several families.
A total of 3 832 patients have died in Gauteng public hospitals last year as a result of 10 741 serious adverse events, which 'largely arise from avoidable medical negligence', the DA has said.
The study's findings point to one of the many risks to implementing more AI in healthcare. Healthcare AI is projected to grow 48% between 2017-2023.
America's healthcare system is at the heart of debate ahead of the 2020 presidential elections. But for now, as current healthcare costs in the US continue to soar, some 20 million Americans opt to seek treatment abroad, mainly in Mexico.
Two Kwazulu-Natal medical students have presented to the World Health Organisation, a cellphone application designed to help with ensuring patients take pills regularly.
"I feel like America's been gaslit about what the NHS is," Adam Kay told Insider. "There are no death squads, there is no rationing."
The Limpopo Department of Health is to terminate the contracts of more than 150 community service doctors and other professionals because of dire financial constraints in the province.
Don't yell out "nurse" or lie about your medical history, and don't talk to nurses like they are running a hotel.
The release of a shocking video of a KwaZulu-Natal nurse berating and swearing at a patient has led to her suspension, according to the Department of Health.
Springbok rugby player Faf de Klerk has pulled the national underpants out again to kick off the "#FafChallenge" - to get men to check their "crown jewels" for signs of testicular cancer.
The EFF has put pressure on the Health Professions Council of South Africa to take action against a surgeon accused of negligence by a number of families.
In Marikana, distance from clinics prevents victims from getting medical assistance. But this all-male crew are bridging the gaps.
The Gauteng health department has reached a settlement with Martha Marais who was tied to a Mamelodi Hospital bench.
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