FMF NEWSLETTER 11 November 2020


FMF NEWSLETTER 11 November 2020   
FMF update  

The FMF has been hard at work researching the impact of the lockdown, especially the impact of regulations on poorer South Africans. Read our report on work done here.

New FMF article  

Ideal time to push ahead with health-care reforms Chris Hattingh

The Covid-19 pandemic and lockdown exposed many underlying economic, health and social problems in SA.

Now, while the country works to deal with the fallout of the pandemic — and of the government’s hard lockdown — we have the ideal opportunity to adopt the necessary reforms that could place the country in a much stronger position in years to come.

To read further, please click here.

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