1. The NHI is not a punishment: health minister  BusinessTech
  2. NHI is here to stay: Ramaphosa  TimesLIVE
  3. Mkhize calls for calm following opposition to NHI Bill  EWN
  4. 5 important things happening in South Africa today  BusinessTech
  5. NHI is here to stay: Cyril Ramaphosa  SowetanLIVE Sunday World
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Minister of Health Dr Zweli Mkhize has rejected claims that South Africa’s economy will not be able to support the proposed National Health Insurance (NHI). Minister of Health Dr Zweli Mkhize has rejected claims that South Africa’s economy will not be able to support the proposed National Health Insurance (NHI). 

The NHI is not a punishment: health minister

“#NHIBill It's worth noting that it is likely that not a single person who had a hand in writing the national health insurance plan uses the public health system. Former health minister Aaron Motsoaledi did but it was gimmicky. Most public servants use private health.”

Ferial Haffajee on Twitter: "#NHIBill It's worth noting that it is likely that not a single person who had a hand in writing the national health insurance plan uses the public health system. Former health minister Aaron Motsoaledi did but it was gimmicky. Most public servants use private health."

President Cyril Ramaphosa on Tuesday vowed that the National Health Insurance is here stay.President Cyril Ramaphosa on Tuesday vowed that the National Health Insurance is here stay.

NHI is here to stay: Cyril Ramaphosa

Algoa FM is an adult, contemporary radio station broadcasting on between 94 to 97 FM Stereo in the Eastern Cape province, South Africa.The Democratic Alliance on Tuesday questioned the constitutionality of the National Health Insurance Bill and vowed to use all legal options to fight what it deems a bad draft law designed to turn the health system into "another state-owned enterprise".DA leader Mmusi Maimane said the bill

DA vows to challenge NHI bill | Algoa FM