SA needs a permanent health minister now to lead the country through its worst health crisis in a century.

To have an acting minister when the country is in the midst of a third wave of the coronavirus pandemic, which by all appearances is set to be worse than the previous two waves, and when the vaccination rate is lagging far behind other countries at a similar level of development is just not good enough...

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