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The Mental Health Act states that the duration of seclusion and restraint for psychiatric patients should be less than four hours. Except at Tower Hospital in Fort Beaufort, where patients allegedly spent days locked up.
Staff at Tower Hospital in Fort Beaufort told the Eastern Cape Health MEC’s office that 25 patients had died in a period of 4 years, when in fact the number is closer to 70
It’s not unreasonable to assume that with the horrors of Life Esidimeni so thoroughly and publicly exposed, mental health care might have turned a corner.
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The ANC says South Africa’s third election as a non-permanent member of the United Nations Security Council is a victory for peace and an opportunity to address the root causes of conflict. Justice Malala talks to ANC NEC member, Lindiwe Zulu.
Mazibuye Emasisweni group says it is conducting ¬research to establish the possibility of forming a new political party to contest next year’s general elections against the ANC. Justice Malala talks to Reggie Ngcobo.
JOHANNESBURG 13 June 2018 - Emfuleni Municipality in the south of Gauteng is a case in point. It’s not able to render services to its residents and its balance sheet is deteriorating.
WESTONARIA 13 June 2018 - Mineral Resources Minister Gwede Mantashe has lambasted mining companies. This after the death of four mine workers at Sibanye-Stillwater's Kloof mine near Westonaria.
The City of Johannesburg's R59-billion buget has finally been approved, however the EFF and ANC are rejecting it. Patrick Maisha, the ANC's Joburg shadow finance minister, is in studio to explain why.
While Siya Kolisi has only become the first Black Bok captain in 2018, the history of black rugby in this country is rich and extends back to the late 1800’s. eNCA's Justin Ford takes a closer look.