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SUSAN Shibambo is ready to start a war over the missing tip of her daughter’s tongue.
Pretoria - Gauteng taxpayers have had to fork out more than R17 million this week to pay damages to two mothers whose babies were left severely disabled due to negligence at provincial hospitals.
Durban - The outgoing head of the KwaZulu-Natal Department of Health, Dr Sibongile Zungu, has had her good and bad days in office.
A neurosurgeon does his rounds with Medunsa students in one of the wards at Dr George Mukhari Hospital in Garankuwa.
Earlier this year, OurHealth brought you the story of 7-month-old Kgaogelo who had been diagnosed with tuberculosis (TB).
Dr George Mukhari Hospital in Ga-Rankuwa. Pretoria - Security at Dr George Mukhari Hospital in Ga-Rankuwa remains precarious - with allegations that security guards operate with eight defective metal detectors - which could have been a factor in the shooting of a woman on Saturday.
FILE: A man opened fire at the Dr George Mukhari Hospital in Ga-Rankuwa on Saturday morning, injuring his girlfriend.
Newly elected Minister of Economic Development Ebrahim Patel announced on Thursday that the Gauteng Department of Health had ordered 12 Lodox digital radiography systems worth R60-million for the province's health sector.
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GOVERNMENT is expecting savings of at least R8m over the first five years of use of each of the full body X-ray scanners that will be introduced in Gauteng hospitals and forensic pathology units within the next year.
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Gauteng health sector to receive new radiography systems worth R60-million
Pretoria - Higher Education and Training Minister Dr Blade Nzimande says work is underway towards the establishment of the new comprehensive health and allied sciences university. The mooted university will be incorporated into the existing University of Limpopo’s Medical University of South Africa (Medunsa) Campus in Pretoria. Minister Nzimande, together with Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi, had appointed a joint task team (JTT) to investigate the feasibility of establishing the institution. The two ministers today visited Medunsa to engage with the university community before submitting a report back to them on the feasibility of the new university. Speaking at Medunsa on Tuesday, Minister Nzimande said the task team’s report had been submitted to him, Minister Motsoaledi and the university’s council. “I am very pleased to … report back to you on the considerable progress that has been made with regard to establishing the new university... It will be important to synchronise all feasibility studies, which are currently underway and related to the new university, so that they can be considered simultaneously by Treasury. “These include those pertaining to the new academic...