Photo shows the horrific conditions of the Chris Hani Hospital's trauma ward

Photo shows the horrific conditions of the Chris Hani Hospital's trauma ward

On Monday, Penuel Mlotshwa took to social media to share a photograph of the Chris Hani Baragwanath Hospital's trauma ward and it left South Africans shook.

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State-owned hospitals have come under fire for the past couple of years as South Africans accused the Department of Health of failing to keep the medical establishments up to standard.

Briefly.co.za reported previously about photos showing the horrific state of the Philadelphia Hospital in Dennilton, Mpumalanga.

Now, another shocking pic has made its way on social media and South Africans are fuming. Social media user Penuel Mlotshwa shared the photo on his Facebook page and it gathered quite the reaction.

"Chris Hani Baragwanath Trauma Ward.... Over the weekend," he captioned the photo.

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Photo shows the horrific conditions of the Chris Hani Hospital's trauma ward

Photo shows the horrific conditions of the Chris Hani Hospital's trauma ward. Photo credit: Penuel Mlotshwa/Facebook.

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The photo sparked outrage on Facebook and South Africans demanded to know how people could receive medical help in such conditions.

Liz Hewson commented: "This is disgusting. How do people get well in such dirt and degradation."
Laney Eloise added: "Keep voting for a corrupt political party and this is what you will keep getting."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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