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A TRAIN CALLED PHELOPHEPA

healthcare and assistance in South Africa travel on rail. The two Transnet Phelophepa Healthcare trains travel across the South African Rail corridor delivering primary healthcare to thousands of South African communities in need. They are fully fitted with advanced technologies and expert healthcare, making affordable, accessible healthcare a reality for thousands that otherwise would not be able to receive these services.

The Phelophepa project was started by the Transnet Foundation in 1994, year of the Liberation from the Apartheid regime. It is patronized by Archbishop Desmond Tutu, winner of the Nobel Peace Prize Since then, numerous partners from across the world have joined the

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