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Jul 30 2019

A Future Without Healthcare

We have seen what kind of sanitation we can expect in our African future. Now let’s look at healthcare.

Jubilee Hospital in Hammanskraal has been named the worst hospital in Gauteng, South Africa following a social media campaign. Judging by public responses to the campaign, other hospitals will soon achieve the same standard of dysfunction.

Pholosong hospital in Tsakane was described as an “abattoir”. …

At Bheki Mlangeni, one person said, people “die by the hundreds” each month, “even in waiting queues”.

Kopanong Hospital is described as a “pre-mortuary hospital.”

One respondent at Sebokeng Hospital lost a loved one “due to nurses’ ignorance”, while Tambo Memorial was described as “dirty, overcrowded” with “lazy, rude and incompetent” staff.

One person described Far East hospital as “Far Death”, and another said that at Rahima Moosa Mother and Child Hospital “mothers die with their newborn babies”.

This time we are not talking about eternally savage Uganda but South Africa, a land that was mainly settled by Europeans and that prior to the end of Apartheid was a wealthy First World country.

On a tip from ABC of the ANC.

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