The deans of SA’s medical and dental schools have called on the Treasury to protect the health sector from further budget cuts, warning that failure to do so will compromise public health services and jeopardise the next generation of specialists.

The Treasury outlined unprecedented cuts in the medium-term budget on November 1 due to a higher-than-expected wage bill and increased debt servicing costs...

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