Former Midwife to Face Justice for Alleged Birth Complications in Pretoria Next Month

Pretoria, South Africa — Yolande Maritz, a former midwife in Pretoria, is set to stand trial next month facing serious allegations of causing multiple deaths and disabilities due to complications during childbirth. The charges against her have sparked significant concern within the community and highlight the challenges facing midwifery under strained conditions. Maritz, who was stripped of her midwifery license, is accused of negligently administering medication that led to these adverse outcomes. According to Barry …

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Justice on the Horizon: Disgraced Pretoria Midwife to Face Prosecution for Causing Birth Tragedies

Pretoria, South Africa – A former midwife, Yolande Maritz, is set to face criminal charges next month over allegations of deadly mishandling during her practice, leading to infant deaths and severe disabilities, authorities said. Maritz, who lost her midwifery license, seemingly exhibited a pattern of negligence, according to official reports. Barry Bateman, from AfriForum’s private prosecution office, confirmed that Maritz is instructed to appear before the court on July 24 on charges of assault. This …

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Restrictions: Trump’s Uncertainty on Birth Control Policy Causes Confusion

Washington DC – President Trump is causing confusion over his stance on potential birth control restrictions, as he appears to waffle on the issue. After initially opening the door to the possibility of limiting access to contraception, Trump now seems to backtrack on his previous statements. This shift in position has left many wondering what the administration’s true intentions are regarding birth control regulations. The president’s conflicting remarks have sparked a debate about reproductive rights …

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Youngkin’s Veto of Virginia Birth Control Accessibility Act Sparks Controversy

Richmond, Virginia – Governor Glenn Youngkin of Virginia recently vetoed a measure that aimed to enhance accessibility to contraception in the state. The decision to veto the Contraception Accessibility Act has sparked controversy and debate among lawmakers and advocacy groups in the state. The veto came shortly after Governor Youngkin also rejected measures that would have removed tax breaks for a Confederate heritage group. These actions by the governor have raised concerns and criticism from …

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Aadhaar invalidated as proof of date of birth by EPFO: What it means for you

NEW DELHI, India – The Employees’ Provident Fund Organization (EPFO) in India has announced that it will no longer accept Aadhaar as a valid proof of date of birth. This decision comes as a surprise to many who have been using Aadhaar for various official purposes. EPFO’s move to remove Aadhaar from the list of acceptable documents for proving one’s date of birth raises questions about the widespread use of Aadhaar in India. The decision …

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