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The arbitration hearings into the Life Esidimeni tragedy have ended. Government will have fork out over R1m rand for each of the victims' families. Joanne Joseph interviewed Section 27's Mark Heywood on the role the centre played in the hearings.
Some families affected by the Esedimeni tragedy, are happy with Justice Moseneke's findings. Andrew Peterson shares his feelings with eNCA reporter Zikhona Tshona.
Sygnia Group CEO, Magda Wierzycka, says private sector corruption stems from the public sector. Weirzycka spoke to eNCA's Jeremy Maggs on Monday.
The Health Ombudsman, Malegapuru Makgoba, has been vindicated by Justice Moseneke's findings. He recounted how difficult it was to gain the trust of the families.
Sasha Stevenson from chapter nine institution Section 27 says it has welcomed Esidimeni chair Dikgang Moseneke's findings. Section 27 represented some of the families at the arbitration.
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Speculation and theories around their deaths have popped up over the years and again now in 2018 with the release of investigative journalist Evelyn Groenink’s explosive book titled “Incorruptible”.
Luxury French clothing brand Lacoste is changing its iconic crocodile logo for the first time in its history.
JOHANNESBURG 19 March 2018 - Justice Dikgang Moseneke delivered his 100-page judgment on the Life Esidimeni arbitration hearings. He concluded that former health MEC Qedani Mahlangu, lied about not knowing how many patients had died.
JOHANNESBURG 19 March 2018 - Esidimeni arbitration hearing chairperson Dikgang Moseneke has awarded damages to the families of victims of the tragedy. Over 144 psychiatric patients died while being transferred to unlicensed NGOs.