Clinic accused of dumping files on pavement, including that of HIV patients

Clinic accused of dumping files on pavement, including that of HIV patients

A local clinic has been accused of allegedly disposing of confidential patient files in a manner which make them accessible for passersby.

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Parody Twitter account Man's Not Barry Roux shared several photos of Thandanani clinic at Ekandustria, Ekangala.

In a couple of the photos, files are seen laying on the pavement in front of the clinic. Advovo accused the clinic of throwing out patient files on the street.

According to his post, the files allegedly contain information on patients, including those who are HIV positive.

"This is Thandanani clinic at Ekandustria, Ekangala. They have put patients files on the street. with their names, surnames and IDs. Some are HIV positive patients," the post read.

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While the allegations are concerning, social media users were more interested in the recent reports surrounding Man's Not Barry Roux.

Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that the identity of Man's Barry Roux was allegedly revealed in an article this week.

The account reportedly belongs to Csho "Shepard" Chilala, a 27 year-old blogger from Zambia. Shepard is active on most trending social media platforms, like Instagram and Facebook and Periscope and these accounts were used to track down the Commander-in-Chief of Black Twitter.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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