[PODCAST SERIES] Lying in State: The Life Esidimeni Tragedy - The Backstory
Eyewitness News goes inside the truth of the Life Esidimeni tragedy in this six-part podcast series.
[PODCAST] Lying in State: The Life Esidimeni Tragedy - Mental health & you
Eyewitness News goes inside the truth of the Life Esidimeni tragedy in this six-part podcast series. In episode five, journalist Masego Rahlaga examines what the Life Esidimeni tragedy means for you and your loved ones, and why we all need to rely on the public healthcare sector for the treatment of terminal mental illnesses.
Cele reveals former ANC employee Errol Present linked to other crimes
Errol Velile Present and three others have been linked to a cash-in-transit heist in Dobsonville.
Madiba’s granddaughter hits back at detractors over sell-out claims
Ndileka Mandela says her grandfather sacrificed a lot for freedom and such notions hurt her and the rest of her family.
Family of Duduzane Zuma crash victims: Our feelings being disregarded
Phumzile Dube was killed instantly when Zuma’s Porsche hit the taxi she was travelling in four years ago.
Phumzile Dube's family await justice in Duduzane Zuma culpable homicide case
A relative says that the family had already started to accept that the case might not go anywhere because of how powerful the Zuma family is.
Health MEC: Soon doctors & nurses will be accountable for medical negligence
There are dozens of medical negligence cases in SA with the Eastern Cape govt being sued the most followed by Gauteng. Life Esidimeni tragedy is the most negligent case in post-apartheid SA.
[PODCAST] Lying in State: The Life Esidimeni Tragedy - Wasted taxes & ill health
Eyewitness News goes inside the truth of the Life Esidimeni tragedy in this six-part podcast series. In episode four, journalist Masego Rahlaga examines the lack of accountability in the public healthcare sector and how the Health Department wastes millions due to negligence.
Ministerial task team meets with traditional leaders on land
Communication Minister Nomvula Mokonyane on Thursday announced the delegation would be led by Traditional Affairs Minister Zweli Mkhize.
Former CFO takes SAA to CCMA over unfair dismissal
In a statement released a short while ago, Phumeza Nhantsi says her dismissal was based on unfounded allegations in relation to a tender with BNP capital.
Ramokgopa tackles the issue of critical posts
After years of financial problems and debt in her department Gauteng Health MEC Gwen Ramokgopa says human resource problems are being addressed.
Mkhululi Lukhele appointed as a new Gauteng health head
Professor Lukhele comes into the position after the resignation of doctor Barney Selebano.
Cause For Justice raises concern over film’s content
The organisation raised concerns over some scenes in the film, ‘Show Dogs’, which it claims are grooming children for sexual abuse.
Gauteng ANC wishes regions well for conferences this weekend
Johannesburg, Ekurhuleni and Sedibeng are holding their conferences after the party's NEC decided to halt the meetings earlier this month.
Communications Minister refers complaints about film 'Show Dogs' to FPB
Cause for Justice raised concerns over some scenes in the film, which it claims are grooming children for sexual abuse.
‘Please Call Me’ inventor barred from disclosing Vodacom settlement details
Lawyers for both, Nkosana Makate and the network company, agreed on Tuesday that he would not disclose details of their settlement to the media or any other third party.
Motsoaledi: Govt to implement some NHI projects while Parly debates bills
Minister Motsoaledi says his department will use the money allocated to it by the Treasury in the medium-term expenditure framework to implement National Health Insurance.
Changes to Medical Aid Schemes Bill aim to do away with brokers
Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi says brokers only make medical aids more expensive, meaning the poor suffer most.