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South Africa’s healthcare sector, now part of a worldwide pandemic, has not been spared the critique for being neither inclusive nor transformed enough in this democratic dispensation.

Speaking to City Press on the racial dynamics in the medical industry, as well as his own experience of alleged racial targeting, Professor Shisana Baloyi, the academic head of the department of obstetrics and gynaecology at the University of the Free State said: “We haven’t even moved

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