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Private Healthcare Inquiry

Live streaming of the Healthcare Inquiry for The Competition Commission

Epnet recently completed 104 hours over 13 days of live streaming for the Competitions Commission which commenced on February 16th and concluded on the 11th March 2016. This video is the Private Healthcare Market Inquiry Public Hearing 11th March Live at the CTICC – Cape Town.

Video Netcare and National Department of Health Competition Commission.

The commission is holding a health market inquiry to interrogate the conduct of private healthcare stakeholders in providing services to the public. Today is the third day of the inquiry’s public hearings. South Africans have been urged to come forward to share their experiences with private healthcare institutions.

Epnet were appointed to handle to live streaming and to date have streamed 13 daily hearings of approximately 8 hours per day of continuous live streaming to YouTube. Public hearings have been arranged as follows:

16 – 18th February 2016 Pretoria CSIR
23 – 25th February 2016, HNI Offices (Pretoria)
1-3rd March 2016 Cape Town 2016 CTICC
8-11th March 2016 Cape Town CTICC
3-5th May 2016 Pretoria
17-19 May 2016 Durban Olive Conference Centre

Epnet will be live streaming again from Cape Town commencing Tuesday 1st March per schedule above.

About The Competition Commission

The Competition Commission (Commission) is a statutory body constituted in terms of the Competition Act , No. 89 of 1998 (the Act) . It is one of three, independent competition regulatory authorities established in terms of the Act, with the other two being the Competition Tribunal and the Competition Appeal Court (formerly, the Competition Board). While the Commission is the investigative and enforcement agency, the Tribunal is the adjudicative body and the Competition Appeal Court considers appeals against decisions of the Tribunal. The Competition authorities are functionally-independent institutions, but are administratively accountable to the Department of Economic Development.

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