The repair of flood-damaged healthcare facilities in KwaZulu-Natal is estimated to cost about R200m, the health department’s head of health facilities and infrastructure management Ayanda Dakela told MPs on Friday.

Total damage to infrastructure including houses, roads, businesses and water, electricity and telecommunications is estimated at over R12bn...

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