FMF NEWSLETTER 2 June 2021



2 June 2021


Perry has left a legacy of a true MENSCH – quiet – unsung hero – who lived for the service of his country and community. Rabbi Moshe Silberhaft
The news has hit me like a hammer to my chest. I am so so sorry to hear this. What a wonderful person. Stefan Grobler
My heart is bleeding and ... I can't even explain how empty I feel right now. Perry he was like a father and brother to me. Yvonne Raboroko
We are deeply saddened … Perry’s dedication and enthusiasm for bringing land titles to those most marginalized in society inspired many. Isabelle Hirs
I ... was immediately bowled over by his energy, passion, kindness and humanity. Lize Malan
We are so absolutely devastated to hear this terrible and tragic news. Perry was such a wonderful person. Johann described him as a saint. Gaynor Rupert

Tribute to Perry Feldman
It is with great sadness that we notify our FMF and Khaya Lam family that Perry Feldman, Khaya Lam’s Project Manager, died on Sunday of a Covid-related heart attack. His passing is a terrible personal loss to his family, friends and colleagues, and a devastating loss to the Khaya Lam project. 
Perry dedicated the last years of his life to seeing the joys and security of private property rights extended to the most vulnerable South Africans. He took a grand idea and made it a practical reality.
When Perry took over management of the Khaya Lam (My Home) Land Reform Project, only 100 former council tenants had received title deeds to their homes. Today, over 10,000 have either already become home-owners or are in the process of becoming home-owners.
Perry, with his wife Veronica always by his side, literally changed the lives of thousands for the better. This will be his awesome and lasting legacy.
We will miss his generous spirit and kind nature and boundless energy to do good in the world.

For more about Perry, please read
this article in the Parys Gazette.





FMF FEATURE ARTICLE
Health Professions Council in is the Twilight Zone on the NHI and Medical Aid Schemes Michael Settas
The virtual presentation to the Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Health on Tuesday, 18 May 2021, by the Health Professions Council of SA (HPCSA) president, Professor Mbulaheni Nemutandani, is so astounding as to leave one wondering if you had encountered a dialogue emanating from the Twilight Zone.
The HPCSA slides presented on the proposed National Health Insurance (NHI) Bill hearings, stated that the NHI should be the only funding mechanism for health in South Africa but also that "private medical aid schemes may continue to exists [sic] but funded separately over and above tax paid for the NHI". So, the logical question is which statement does he or the HPCSA intend?




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