The cash-strapped medical schemes regulator spent R11.3m in unbudgeted funds on a high-profile probe into allegations of racial profiling by medical schemes and administrators investigating fraud, it emerged last week.

The Council for Medical Schemes (CMS) is a statutory body charged with safeguarding the interests of close to 9-million consumers and ensuring medical schemes, brokers and administrators comply with the Medical Schemes Act...

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