The Democratic Alliance has been fiercely opposed to the National Health Insurance Bill. But the official opposition party’s alternative leaves many unanswered questions. Eleanor Whyle, Manya van Ryneveld and Leanne Brady break it down.
At the centre of providing universal health care are people and ensuring equitable services, but can the health minister prevent the private sector from hijacking the National Health Insurance?
South Africans want actual change as the dust of elections settles, but will it come? Especially for those who live far from metropolitan cities where a perpetual state of “Day Zero” has become the norm.