“As a human rights defender, I have already approached the Department of Health here in Mfidikoe through local clinic officials. I requested for the relevant person in the clinic to show me the statistics for Tuberculosis(TB) in ward 34. …”
“When level 4 was granted I thought things will be back to normal living ways of life, but we still were not allowed to collect waste. I nearly fainted as the stress came down on me. I saw my family starving…”
“It was only in the early nineteen nineties, after South Africans saw themselves voting that we saw Anglo American company donate a clinic to the community of Mfidikoe. The donation was made out of their social labour plan and after…”
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