You better believe it, the flying (but retired) Jamaican sprinting legend will be in South Africa next week!
Mahlangu said she was made aware of challenges in transferring patients to NGOs by media, and that she began to find her officials untrustworthy.
In her testimony this morning, Mahlangu has already implicated the minister, the premier and the health ombudsman.
Mahlangu’s legal team indicated its unhappiness with preparations, as they were only briefed on Friday.
POLOKWANE: A fire erupted at the University of Limpopo in one of the female residential facilities on the Turfloop Campus last night.
The demonstrators demand that Mahlangu and other leaders take responsibility for the tragedy that saw close to 143 mentally-ill patients die at unregistered NGOs.
Some black pupils say it is their choice to be taught in Afrikaans in a dual medium school and they ask that the language be respected and allowed to live on through those who want to speak it and be taught in it.