FMF NEWSLETTER 1 April 2021



1 April 2021


VUYANI JARANA SAA WAGER
In 2018, FMF’s then-Executive Director Leon Louw (now President) issued a wager to SAA's then-CEO Vuyani Jarana: he would pay R100k to charity if SAA was profitable by 2021.
Mr Jarana accepted the wager and yesterday, acknowledging a "technical knockout", honourably donated R100,000 to the FMF's Khaya Lam (My Home) Land Reform Project.
Below are media releases from 2018 and yesterday, and a cartoon commissioned around the time of the wager.



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FMF FEATURE ARTICLE
Given the perilous condition of state health-care, the NHI might finally kill it - Temba A Nolutshungu

The management and operation of government hospitals reflect a catalogue of blunders, disasters and tragedies that have characterised this important part of the government health-care sector.









The Khaya Lam (My Home) Land Reform Project facilitates the transfer of freehold title deeds. The Khaya Lam initiative has completed over 10,500 title deeds, and has funding for a further 23,500.

This is Mrs Nkoko who turned 99 on March 19, one day after becoming a home owner.






 
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