The Solidarity Fund, which was created to help support SA’s health and welfare response to the Covid-19 crisis, has earmarked R1.9bn for the country’s health interventions as the number of infections surge.

On Friday, CEO Nomkhita Nqweni said the fund was moving to the second phase of its intervention, which is largely focused on health work and the health response...

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