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SA: Gwen Ramokgopa: Address by Gauteng MEC for Health, during the Gauteng Department of Health budget vote for 2017/18, Gauteng Legislature, Johannesburg (27/06/2017)
28th June 2017 Madam Speaker, thank you for affording us this opportunity to table the 2017/18 Budget Vote for the Gauteng Department of Health. The budget... →
DED: Ebrahim Patel: Address by Minister of Economic Development, during the budget vote 2017/18, Parliament, Cape Town (25/05/2017)
26th May 2017 The global and domestic economic context shapes the work of the Department and agencies that make up the economic development portfolio. →
DPSA: Faith Muthambi: Address by Minister for the Public Service and Administration, during the Public Service and Administration Department budget vote 2017/18, Old Assembly Chamber, Parliament, Cape town (24/05/2017)
25th May 2017 We present this Budget Vote with the view of following in the footsteps of the longest serving President General of our revolutionary movement, the... →
DoH: Aaron Motsoaledi: Address by Minister of Health, during the budget vote 2017/18, National Assembly, Cape Town (16/05/2017)
18th May 2017 Honourable Speaker, Honourable Members of the House as you know, this year we celebrate the 100th birthday of one of the most revered icons of our... →
2nd May 2017 The issues of public financial management (PFM) and healthcare have long been of interest to the development policy community. Both issues are... →
23rd March 2017 The Human Sciences Research Council (HSRC), together with Makerere University in Uganda, today hosted a discussion which looked at, amongst others,... →
1st March 2017 South Africa is facing an ongoing crisis in the public healthcare system. The 2015 General Household Survey indicated that seven in every ten... →