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OTHERS

Nurse celebrate wrapping her first dead body, caused a stir on social media

Nurses are responsible for a variety of tasks, including patient care, communication with doctors, medication administration, and vital sign monitoring. Nurses, who make up the largest healthcare occupation in the United States, play an important role in medical institutions and have a wide range of career prospects.

  15 hours ago ago
Nurse celebrate wrapping her first dead body, caused a stir on social media

OTHERS

Netcare Laments Shortage of Nurses in South Africa as Most of Them Now Are Running Abroad

It is no longer news that there is a shortage of Nurses in South Africa. There are many factors behind this. Apart from the juicy pay they are being offered abroad, most of them have always complained about their working conditions here in South Africa. News24 observed that, “South Africa's load shedding crisis, compounded by soaring fuel prices, and a shortage of nurses have been cited as key risks faced by private healthcare provider Netcare”.

  17 hours ago ago
Netcare Laments Shortage of Nurses in South Africa as Most of Them Now Are Running Abroad

ECONOMY-FINANCE

Hawks bust three business men over R3.2 million fraud

Three business men have found themselves in hot water over R3.2 million PPE fraud. Jason Naidoo, 43, of Durban, appeared alongside Xolile Zakhe and Richard Meyer, both 46 and from Gauteng. Zakhe and Meyer are directors of the Gauteng-based company, Prometheus Capital, while Naidoo is the director of Kwazulu-natal-based Vortex Healthcare.

  16 hours ago ago
Hawks bust three business men over R3.2 million fraud

TRAVEL

The five worst cities to live in according to economist intelligence. Check if your city is here.

An annual analysis by the Economist Intelligence Unit assesses the best and worst cities to live in the world. It has been revealed that the Economist Intelligence Unit has compiled a list of the world's ten most and ten least habitable cities. According to the research, living conditions in Lagos, Nigeria; Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea; and Dhaka, Bangladesh's capital, are among the worst in the world, as they have been in prior assessments.

  13 hours ago ago
The five worst cities to live in according to economist intelligence. Check if your city is here.

HEALTH

Load Shedding Crisis, Soaring Fuel Prices And A Shortage Of Nurses Causing Netcare problems

South Africa's load shedding crisis, that along with the ever increasing fuel prices, & a shortage of nurses have been seen as the issues that are faced by the private healthcare provider Netcare. This is a huge problem that they are going through and have to overcome, because the citizens of South Africa are seriously dependent on this matter that has to be dealt with.

  2 days ago ago
Load Shedding Crisis, Soaring Fuel Prices And A Shortage Of Nurses Causing Netcare problems

HEALTH

Pictures of South African Nurses

A pictorial record of South Africa's nursing profession. A lot of guys are drawn to these ladies because of their kindness. The role of a nurse goes well beyond providing basic medical assistance to patients; it also includes advocating for their well-being and influencing positive results on their behalf.

  10 days ago ago
Pictures of South African Nurses

RELIGION

Do not be deceived, God can not be locked, Galatians 5 vs 6, his life has made a wrong turn: Opinion

https://www.facebook.com/groups/665438601538324/permalink/729810605101123/ They Say Zimbabwe has Good Health Care and Infrastructure. Why is he Going to South Africa for Medical Attention? So the Poor Citizens of Zimbabwe must Suffer and Die in Zimbabwe Without Adequate Medical Healthcare. The words above have been posted by the South Africans and Africans that used to follow this guy.

  15 days ago ago
Do not be deceived, God can not be locked, Galatians 5 vs 6, his life has made a wrong turn: Opinion

OTHERS

Sad news revealed by Health Minister, Joe Phaahla

Notwithstanding these hurdles and concerns, Health Minister Joe Phaahla says his ministry has earmarked R1.5 billion for National Health Insurance construction projects in the upcoming year, as the government is pushing back on its promise to the universal healthcare scheme. On Wednesday (11 May), at a mini-plenary of the National Assembly, Phaahla urged all members of Parliament to support the National Health Insurance Bill, which is currently before the Health Portfolio Committee. He said the measure was critical

  14 days ago ago
Sad news revealed by Health Minister, Joe Phaahla

SOCIETY

SAd, After the shooting, a police officer died at a hospital in Cape Town.

A 32-year-old police constable from the Seapoint police station has died as a result of his injuries sustained in the tragic shooting event at New Somerset Hospital in Cape Town, South Africa, on Saturday evening, bringing the total number of fatalities to three. However, as Capetonians recover from the tragedy, a story of a courageous female healthcare worker has emerged, who may have saved more lives.

  18 days ago ago
SAd, After the shooting, a police officer died at a hospital in Cape Town.

SOCIETY

After the shooting, a police officer died at a hospital in Cape Town.

Source https://www.sapeople.com/2022/05/08/brave-nursing-sister-calmed-killer-policeman-sadly-dies-after-hospital-shooting/ A 32-year-old Seapoint police constable died on Saturday evening at New Somerset Hospital in Cape Town, South Africa, as a result of his injuries sustained in the tragic shooting. Three people have died as a result of the accident. However, as Capetonians recover from the tragedy, a story of a brave female healthcare worker who may have saved more lives has emerged.

  17 days ago ago
After the shooting, a police officer died at a hospital in Cape Town.

HEALTH

OPINION| Why was Robert Mugabe Junior not rushed to Parirenyatwa Hospital ?

Yes, no normal person rejoice when a person is sick but how many people are dying everyday in Zimbabwe's death traps disguised as hospitals?The father of this boy was the author of all this suffering and he used to get treatment outside Zimbabwe. I suspect this boy was dosed or injected with some deadly stuff when he was at the zanu pf rally, because he is considered to be a G40 and some chefs in zanu pf.

  10 days ago ago
OPINION| Why was Robert Mugabe Junior not rushed to Parirenyatwa Hospital ?

ECONOMY-FINANCE

Mavuso plead with private sector to help solve SA problems, see what SA says

If Eskom and Transnet had been similarly privatized, we’d have a well-functioning freight-rail system and a secure energy supply able to meet demand, What about the priceses Busi??? Will the price affordable to the poorest? I think that's where majority of SA fear, Her point where utilities like telcos, rail & energy are concerned is that competition lowers prices to consumers, it also forces behavior change to serve the customer rather than the bureaucracy.

  13 days ago ago
Mavuso plead with private sector to help solve SA problems, see what SA says

HEALTH

The SAD Reality Of Zimbabwean Hospitals

It is no secret that the Zimbabwean economy is currently struggling, however, what is not clear to most individuals is the extent of how bad the Zimbabwean economy is currently performing. Many individuals are also unaware of how terrible the Healthcare system in Zimbabwe is, as well as how many Zimbabweans are struggling on a daily basis for basic necessities including education, food and clothes.

  9 days ago ago
The SAD Reality Of Zimbabwean Hospitals

HEALTH

Signs OF HIV/AIDS That You Should Not Take Them For Granted: See A Doctor If You Notice This Signs

HIV has several symptoms. Not everyone may have the same symptoms. It depends upon the particular person and exactly what stage associated with the disease they are in. Here are the three stages of HIV plus some from the symptoms individuals may encounter. Stage 1: Acute HIV infection

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Signs OF HIV/AIDS That You Should Not Take Them For Granted: See A Doctor If You Notice This Signs

OTHERS

Medical scheme regulator under fire

Ordinary South Africans are being robbed of the opportunity to access private healthcare services.  It has been prevaricating over the LCBO framework since 2015, leaving millions of people from poor households paying out of pocket for private primary health-care services, such as GP consultations and dentistry, because they cannot afford full medical scheme cover, said Insight Actuaries & Consultants joint-CEO Christoff Raath. While 15% of the population are medical scheme members, the 2020 general household

  6 days ago ago
Medical scheme regulator under fire

POLITICS

Piers Morgan Calls Out Michelle Obama

Piers Morgan has chastised Michelle Obama for adopting the "woke" phrase "womxn" instead of "women." Former First Lady Michelle Obama is being chastised by Piers Morgan, a no-nonsense British television personality, for using a "woke" phrase for women in an Instagram post over the weekend.

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Piers Morgan Calls Out Michelle Obama

OTHERS

How can South Africa have a shortage of doctors?

In response to a parliamentary question from the Democratic Alliance, the national health minister, Joe Phaahla, confirmed that South Africa suffers from a severe doctor shortage, with fewer than one physician per thousand patients. Is it because they are all immigrating on a skilled VISA that the South African system is broken? Obviously, the educated South Africans will immigrate. Drs, accountants, Psychologists, lawyers, engineers, attorneys, etc., we continue to observe the system's deterioration, but now

  14 days ago ago
How can South Africa have a shortage of doctors?

SOCIETY

Sad, a police officer died in a hospital in Cape Town after the shooting

Source: https://www.sapeople.com/2022/05/08/brave-nursing-sister-calmed-killer-policeman-sadly-dies-after-hospital-shooting/ A 32-year-old police constable from the Seapoint police station died on Saturday evening at New Somerset Hospital in Cape Town, South Africa, as a result of his injuries sustained in the tragic shooting. The total number of fatalities now stands at three.

  17 days ago ago
Sad, a police officer died in a hospital in Cape Town after the shooting

HEALTH

Nigerian Hospitals Where Doctors Use Torchlight For Operation, See Photos

Source: https://webmedy.com/blog/why-governments-need-to-spend-on-healthcare-infrastructure/ In this article, we take a look at some photos where Nigerian doctors make use of torchlight during operations. We also take a look at the reason why government need to spend more when it comes to health care. While it is critical to defend the country against hostile invasion from border countries, which necessitates adequate defense spending, it is also critical to protect the nation's people from domestic health outbreaks and pandemics.

  18 days ago ago
Nigerian Hospitals Where Doctors Use Torchlight For Operation, See Photos

JUSTICE

Disgusting reason why this male nurse was sent to prison

A former nurse who impregnated an incapacitated woman at a facility where he was working has been sentenced to 10 years in prison. Nathan Sutherland pleaded guilty to sexual abuse and vulnerable adult abuse. The victim was a patient at Hacianda Healthcare facility in Arizona for 26 years after nearly drowning as a child.

  5 months ago ago
Disgusting reason why this male nurse was sent to prison