- MEC of Health in Limpopo, Dr Phophi Ramathuba, shared an inspirational social media message regarding doctors who volunteered over the weekend
- As a result of doctors giving up their own time off, the specialists were able to clear the medical backlog in Limpopo
- A whopping 96 cases were cleared and social media users reacted with pride
MEC of Health in Limpopo, Dr Phophi Ramathuba, shared an uplifting social media post as she explained that the department was able to clear a medical backlog.
Doctors and other medical volunteers gave up their own time off to work over the weekend and clear a whopping 96 cases.
Briefly.co.za noted the backlog accrued for various reasons, including disability and litigation.
Ramathuba shared a second inspirational tweet as she commended Professor Steve Matshidze and Dr Sathekge.
Social media users were in awe of the MEC as well as the medical volunteers.
Briefly.co.za noted the reactions and the positive public sentiment that Ramathuba enjoys as a result of her hard work.
It was also encouraging to see the MEC responding to criticism and questions to the post as well.
One man even raised a long-standing issue that’s remained unresolved since 2010, yet the MEC didn’t shy away from the responsibility.
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