Happiness radiated from Princess Fikisiwe Dlamini’s face as she danced and paraded for hours for her husband Khulubuse Zuma during their traditional wedding in kwaNxamalala Village in Nkandla yesterday.
Mfundi Vundla insists nobody will be able to bully him into reinstating the Generations actors he fired. He has made this clear on numerous occasions to government, unions and actors.
Ausi Monki is probably the most famous woman in South Africa right now. And no, it’s not because she was the last person standing on the latest season of South Africa’s Biggest Loser.
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A South African study has found that flu vaccines are safe to use on pregnant women and actually protect them and their newborn babies from respiratory illness.
Medical aid holders want value for money and want to know exactly how their monthly contributions are spent by their respective schemes.
Medical fraudsters beware. Insurance companies are watching you.
It’s amazing how the government always finds a way to make others do the hard work when it knows the end result will work in its favour.
KwaZulu-Natal can add an unwelcome feather to its cap: its residents are leading the charge when it comes to defrauding medical aid schemes.
South Africa can learn a thing or two about activism and leadership in healthcare from Australia and the United Kingdom, two countries with a rich history in providing universal coverage.
Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi has appealed to the private healthcare sector to work with the government to strengthen South Africa’s health system.
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- Think of the person next to you and quit smoking now – Aaron Motsoaledi
- The journey is still long for health in SA – Aaron Motsoaledi
- Mortuaries no longer big business, says Aaron Motsoaledi
- Heads will roll over poor healthcare – Aaron Motsoaledi
Generations fans could wake up on Tuesday morning to discover that the axing of their favourite stars was just a soapie-style bad dream.
In a room full of journalists hungry for headlines, one young woman sticks out like a sore thumb.
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Carien du Plessis had a few precious hours of free time during the US-Africa Leaders Summit in Washington, and, after a few Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups, took a run through DC’s Disneyland for democracy.
After having read my Sunday papers last week, one of the stories that caught my attention was the story with the headline “Dolus what?” (City Press, September 14 2014).
The lively exchanges in this new term of Parliament have been welcomed for breathing life into what used to be a flat and sleepy House.