According to President Cyril Ramaphosa, it is clear that the country’s health care is in crisis and needs rehabilitation.
More than 75% of state hospitals budget goes for salaries that are severely affected by patients who are not receiving proper treatment due to a money shortage.
According to Ramaphosa, the National Health Insurance Act will soon be tabled, which will provide free health care to all regardless of where they call for medical care.
Experts point out that Zuma’s “free education” has plunged the country’s universities into chaos, and now its successor comes and wants to get the country’s total health care messed up.
The result of the policy will lead to chaos in private hospitals and may finally break the country’s economy.
The original article can be read in Afrikaans on Die Vryburger
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