Weeks before the pandemic was to hit SA, testing health resources to the limit, an exclusive investigation by the Daily Dispatch found the Eastern Cape's public health facilities so badly run and maintained that their condition could best be described as 'terminal'.
Parents’ battle for better facility thrown in officials’ laps
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Nine prefab classes are on fire at Atwell Madala High School in Mthatha.
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10 classrooms burned after pupils demand new school
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Makhanda residents restricted to 25 litres of water a day
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No flushing toilets as Makhanda school is hit by water shortages
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