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The unseen costs of medical malpractice

We all know lawsuits can be both costly and time-consuming for all parties involved. Here are some facts about medical malpractice lawsuits, and the new software that might save the day.

Cost of medicine in South Africa set to skyrocket

The annual consumer price inflation (CPI) was 7% in February 2016, up from 6.2% in January 2016, increasing worries that quality healthcare is slipping further and further out of the reach of most South Africans.

2015 Budget lacklustre on the health front

Healthcare got a rather cursory and perhaps disappointing mention in Wednesday’s Budget speech that looked very like a reiteration of what’s gone before - especially when it came to National Health Insurance.

Flat broke, but feel for a party?

It happens to everyone, not just you. There you are, just dying to go out, but it's that time of the month - you've messed up your budget and you're flat broke. So what now?

Gambling – more losers than winners

Fancy betting on the horses this November? Have fun, but be warned – the majority of punters lose money, and there will always be more losers than winners.

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