37 Western Cape cops facing fraud & corruption charges, MPs told
This was revealed during a presentation of the SAPS’ 2018/19 annual report at Parliament’s police portfolio committee on Wednesday.
World Mental Health Day: Parents urged to pay closer attention to children
This year, the World Health Organisation is focusing on suicide prevention on World Mental Health Day.
CT cancer patient walking to NC to raise awareness
The initiative was also rolled out to draw attention to cancer patients seeking financial support on the online crowdfunding platform, Backabuddy.
I now have a better grasp of the extent of corruption, says Mantashe
ANC national chair Gwede Mantashe delivered the keynote address at the O.R. Tambo memorial lecture in Kalkfontein on Sunday.
Saul launches ‘Statue of corruption’ mental health facility in Kimberly
The Northern Cape's Mental Health Hospital is at the centre of a probe to determine how construction costs increased from R290 million to more than R1 billion, 13 years since construction started.
Groote Schuur hospital unveils R35m radiotherapy machine to reduce waiting time
Earlier this week, the Cape Town facility’s Oncology Department unveiled a new R35 million radiotherapy machine, that will allow it to treat between 30 and 40 patients per day.
Government to set aside R30 million for NC drought intervention
Deputy president David Mabuza said the money is for the immediate procurement and distribution of fodder for the farming community.
Man arrested for possession of drugs, ammunition worth R7.8m in Bellville
This followed an intelligence-driven operation at a business park in Brackenfell where a black BMW was stopped and searched.
Mkhize: Health forum to allay NHI looting fears
In collaboration with the Special Investigating Unit, the platform was launched on Tuesday, with the aim of detecting and prosecuting fraud and corruption in the health sector.
Still no clarity on charges for intern doctor dismissed over anti-abortion views
Jacques de Vos was charged by the HPCSA for informing a patient that abortion constituted the killing of an unborn human being.
Protests negatively affecting our lives, say Dunoon residents
The area has been plagued by violent demonstrations since last week after law enforcement blitzes targeted taxi drivers operating without permits.
SANDF deployment in Dunoon not in reaction to protests - authorities
The area has been locked down for days now amid violent protests believed to be linked to grievances over taxi permits.
WC transport dept unveils plans to improve road safety
Officials also unveiled a new technology that would make it easier for traffic officials to help police track down criminals on the run.
1 person confirmed dead after shack fire in Nomzamo
Fire and rescue services responded to a number of informal structures alight after midnight.
Researchers bring science to CT residents
A section of the V&A Waterfront’s Pier Head was turned into a space where researchers got to share their work with the public.
Experts: Heart disease claims lives of 225 South Africans every day
Clinicians, however, highlight that up to 80% of heart diseases and strokes can be prevented.
Public Order Police monitor Darling after violent protests
Violent demonstrations erupted on Friday after protesters took the streets demanding better housing and raised issues with regard to electricity tariffs.
WC ANC claims 'hidden hand' sabotaging Vearey's bid to be provincial top cop
The Western Cape African National Congress (ANC) believes a 'hidden hand' has sabotaged Major-General Jeremy Vearey’s chances of taking over as the province’s police commissioner.