This is a list of notable companies in South Africa, grouped by their Industry Classification Benchmark sector.
For further information on the types of business entities in this country and their abbreviations, see "Business entities in South Africa".
The wealthiest 20% of the population use the private system and are far better served.
In 2005, South Africa spent 8.7% of GDP on health care, or US$437 per capita.
Of that, approximately 42% was government expenditure.
In 2013 it was estimated that vacancy rates for doctors were 56% and for nurses 46%.
Half the population lives in rural areas, but only 3% of newly qualified doctors take jobs there.
All medical training takes place in the public sector but 70% of doctors go into the private sector.
10% of medical staff is qualified in other countries.
Medical student numbers increased by 34% between 20.
There are more than 400 public hospitals and more than 200 private hospitals.
The provincial health departments manage the larger regional hospitals directly.
Smaller hospitals and primary care clinics are managed at district level.