KZN Health MEC chases multiple crises as bodies pile up at Pinetown mortuary

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Democratic Alliance media statement by Dr Imran Keeka, MPL  DA KZN Spokesperson on Health   KZN Health MEC chases multiple crises as bodies pile up at Pinetown mortuary   The Democratic Alliance has today learned that another KwaZulu-Natal mortuary in Pinetown is plagued by the shortage of staff with KZN Health MEC, Sibongiseni Dhlomo, rushing to […]

Park Rynie mortuary strike leads to backlog of at least 16 post mortems

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Democratic Alliance media statement by Dr. Imran Keeka, MPL  DA KZN Spokesperson on Health   Park Rynie mortuary strike leads to backlog of at least 16 post-mortems   The Democratic Alliance has been reliably informed that ongoing protest action by staff at the Park Rynie mortuary has resulted in a backlog of at least 16 post […]

DA gears up for government-in-waiting politics with Alternative KZN State of the Province

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Democratic Alliance media statement by Francois Rodgers, MPL Leader of the DA in the KZN Legislature   DA gears up for government-in-waiting politics with Alternative KZN State of the Province   Today marks a new era for the Democratic Alliance in KwaZulu-Natal, with a shift in gear from opposition politics to government-in-waiting politics with the delivery […]

Pongola Hospital must not become another Esidimeni tragedy

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Democratic Alliance media statement by  Dr Imran Keeka, MPL DA KZN Spokesperson on Health   Pongola Hospital must not become another Esidimeni tragedy   THE DA will today write to KZN Health MEC, Sibongiseni Dhlomo requesting an update on the Pongola Hospital licencing scandal in order to establish whether this health facility is safe for […]

KZN EMS workers must be protected by SAPS and security

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Democratic Alliance media statement by  Dr Imran Keeka, MPL  DA KZN Spokesperson on Health   KZN EMS workers must be protected by SAPS and security   The Democratic Alliance calls on KwaZulu-Natal’s health department to ensure greater co-operation with the SAPS, along with the hire of private security companies, in order to safeguard Emergency Medical […]

Political lethargy at Ngwelezana Hospital a prime example of why MEC must go

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Democratic Alliance media statement by  Dr Imran Keeka, MPL DA KZN Spokesperson on Health   Political lethargy at Ngwelezana Hospital a prime example of why MEC must go   The  Democratic Alliance welcomes reports of positive change at Empangeni’s Ngwelezana Hospital. This after the DA was last week forced to go public on a number […]

Ngwelezana Hospital a “pit of hell”

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Democratic Alliance media statement by  Imran Keeka, MPL DA KZN Spokesperson on Health   Ngwelezana Hospital a “pit of hell”   The Democratic Alliance in KwaZulu-Natal has been reliably informed that Empangeni’s Ngwelezana Hospital is rapidly becoming a “pit of hell” with cancer patients the worst affected. The claim was made by a senior staff member […]

Enough is enough – MEC Dhlomo must be fired

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Democratic Alliance media statement by  Imran Keeka, MPL DA KZN Spokesperson on Health Enough is enough – MEC Dhlomo must be fired   The DA calls on the KwaZulu-Natal Premier, Willies Mchunu, to fire the province’s Health MEC, Sibongiseni Dhlomo. The DA will also write to the national Minister of Health, Aaron Motsoaledi, to highlight the numerous […]

DA lays charges over poisonous water in Ugu District

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Democratic Alliance media statement by  George Henderson , Cllr RNM ward 19 and Ugu Councillor   DA lays charges over poisonous water in Ugu District    The DA has laid criminal charges against Ugu District Municipality at the Margate Police Station. The charges were laid in terms of the National Water Act (Act 36 of 1998) section 151 […]

KZN Health clutching at straws over rural nursing allowance

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Democratic Alliance media statement by  Mbali Ntuli, MPL  DA KZN Spokesperson on Health   KZN Health clutching at straws over rural nursing allowance   The DA will today write to KZN Health MEC, Sibongiseni Dhlomo, advising that he set aside his possible intention to appeal a judgement which will see nurses in outlying areas of the […]