South African Minister Unveils Universal Healthcare Bills
The first set of enabling legislation paving the way for universal healthcare in South Africa has been gazetted by Cabinet, Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi has announced. Motsoaledi presented two bills to the media that will lead to massive changes in the way public health and medical aid coverage are handled in the country - the National Health Insurance Bill and the Medical Aid Schemes Amendment Bill.
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The first set of enabling legislation paving the way for universal healthcare in South Africa has been gazetted by Cabinet, Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi announced on Thursday. Read more »
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