Thu Feb 23 18:15:30 SAST 2017
Family members of psychiatric patients who died earlier this year hold an ‘Esidimeni 37’ prayer vigil outside Gauteng Health MEC Qedani Mahlangu’s offices yesterday. The 37 patients died after being transferred from Life Esidimeni into the care of NGOs. Findings of the investigation into the tragedy would be released next month, health ombudsman Professor Malegapuru Makgoba said. Picture Creditc: Antonio Muchave. ©Sowetan
'This is how I will protect state patients'

IN FULL: Here is the pledge by Gauteng MEC for Health‚ Dr Gwen Ramokgopa‚ as she explains how her de.

Traffic officer advert bogus: RTMC

By Sapa | 2014-08-12 07:58:40.0

The Road Traffic Management Corporation (RTMC) on Monday said an advertisement for traffic officer positions was bogus.

"The RTMC this afternoon discovered with great shock and disappointment, a bogus advertisement calling upon innocent and helpless South Africans to apply for traffic officer positions," spokeswoman Thato Mosena said.

The RTMC management wanted to put on record that the advertised posts bearing their name did not "originate from us".

She asked South Africans to ignore the advertisement and its content.

The RTMC would investigate and get to the bottom of the "insensitive behaviour" and the culprits would be brought to book, she said.

"We further advise the victims of this unfortunate and malicious incident to report the matter to the nearest police station," said Mosena.

 

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