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Army takes over Mahikeng hospital as health services close to collapse

As North West communities wait for the ANC to decide the fate of Premier Supra Mahumapelo, things have gone for bad to worse as health services in the province are close to total collapse.

Just when he was breathing a sigh of relief after the army’s health services – a team of nurses and doctors – took over collapsed health services at Mahikeng Provincial Hospital, Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi was told more health professionals were downing tools in other areas.
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Mahikeng Provincial Hospital – Ill patient ignored and sent home in a wheelbarrow

The corridors of the Mahikeng Provincial Hospital ring hollowly. There is no staff in sight, except for two security guards patrolling each ward entrance. Inside one of the wards, the powder-blue walls are littered with notices apologising to patients about the interruption of health services.

In the “chronic medical” ward, Ntombizodwa Matthews lies on one of the beds, wearing an ANC-branded T-shirt and jeans. Her sister, husband and neighbour are at her bedside.
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Lets look at why manufacturing a key vaccine in South Africa is so important

South Africa has been granted a licence to manufacture one of the world’s most important vaccines. It’s the first time the country will be able to do so since the mid 1990s, and is news that will result in many positive spin-offs for the country.

The hexavalent vaccine Hexaxim is used to vaccinate children against six life-threatening infectious diseases: diphtheria, tetanus, acellular pertussis (whooping cough), inactivated polio, ………….
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A new partnership works towards new therapeutic solutions for malaria

Malaria afflicts over 200-million people in the developing world each year, and takes an estimated 445,000 lives, mostly young children and pregnant women.

Now, a collaboration between the Merck Global Health Institute, the University of Cape Town (UCT) and Medicines for Malaria Venture (MMV), co-funded by MMV and Merck will work towards finding ……….
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Horror stories of births at Yusuf Dadoo – Mother had to pull baby out by herself

A woman was allegedly forced to give birth unassisted at Dr Yusuf Dadoo Hospital.

A few days after it was reported on the death of a newborn baby whose mother had to give birth to him without any assistance from nurses or hospital staff at Dr Yusuf Dadoo Hospital, another mother has come forward, claiming she had to give birth in similar circumstances, Krugersdorp News reports.
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Geen oortydbetaling vir dokters in Gauteng

Die departement van gesondheid in Gauteng moet dringend verduidelik waarom dokters nie oortydbetaling ontvang nie en dit so vinnig as moontlik regstel, het die Demokratiese Alliansie Sondag gesê.

Talle dokters by Gauteng-staatshospital word nie vir oortydwerk betaal nie en het gehoor dat die departement “nie geld het om hulle te betaal nie”, het Jack Bloom, woordvoerder vir die DA, gesê. “Ek het berigte ontvang dat dokters by Tembisa, Leratong en Yusuf Dadoo-hospitale, en moontlik ook by ander hospitale, nie oortydbetaling ontvang nie,” het hy verduidelik.
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Discovery Health teamed up with Uber for flu shots on the go

With winter and the dreaded flu season around the corner, Discovery Health has teamed up with Uber to provide flu shots on-demand.

For one day only, Wednesday 18 April 2018, riders in Johannesburg, Pretoria, Cape Town, Durban and Port Elizabeth………
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EXCLUSIVE:- North West could run out of medicine within days

North West hospitals and clinics could run out of medicine in just days as a go-slow at its central medicine depot enters its second month, provincial communications Tebogo Lekgethwane has confirmed.

“With the strike, it means nothing is coming into the hospital or clinics”, warns Glenda Muzenda, who manages the Stop Stockouts Project, a civil society coalition that monitors medicine availability in the public sector.
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Man dies after four hour wait for ambulance

A 52-year-old Kimberley man died while waiting over four hours for an ambulance to transport him for medical attention on Monday morning.

The man’s niece, Elizabeth Manogwe, believes that her uncle would still be alive had the ambulance arrived sooner.
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Gauteng Health Department promises extra vigilance on mental health NGOs

Having learnt lessons from the Life Esidimeni tragedy, the Gauteng Department has taken extraordinary measures to increase the number of audits at mental health non-governmental organisations (NGOs), it said, after issuing 133 licences of compliance for the 2018/19 financial year.
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