Long ago (I don’t remember when) in the land of private healthcare funding there was a tribe called Medshield. The tribe was ruled over by a council of old men (and one token woman).
I want to be clear. In spite of the fact that it would mean the loss of a gold mine of material for this blog I imagine that the number of people who would like to see Gung-ho Gantsho go more than I do can be counted on one hand. As this week goes on… Continue reading Untouchable?
More details on what Gung-ho is being accused of here at Business Day. Accusations are easy to make. What I’m wondering now is what kind of proof Langa has. E-mail doesn’t count as it is too easy to forge. Either money would have to had change hands to leave an audit trail or he must… Continue reading The alleged allegations
From the “is this really happening?” department we have THIS press release from the C4MS, dated Friday. Allegations of corruption against the Registrar! Surely no-one would stoop so low? Is this the beginning of the end of the desolation left by the most destructive precision guided stupid bomb in history? Maybe. Notice that they are… Continue reading OMG!
The Registrar of Medical Schemes is at war. Who is the enemy? Schemes with serious governance problems. Last year he invaded Sizwe and Medshield and planted his flag in the middle of the boardroom tables. At the time that there were lots of rumours flying around: Now, the medical aid industry says yet another, but… Continue reading Fog of War
Dear Dr Monwabisi Gantsho I have just read Press Release 16 of 2012 and really I have only one question for you:
So the C4MS has published their annual report 2011- 2012 yesterday and has embarked on a full-on media campaign.
Last week the Board of Healthcare Blunders announced to the world that it is going to be more aggressive in representing its members. Having in the past compared the organisation to a jellyfish all I can say is that this is long overdue. If it does actually happen then my advice to the BHF is:… Continue reading Broken