Voluntary salary sacrifices and an innovative new service will ensure that all staff of a fast-food chain will have access to health-care services during the coronavirus pandemic and possibly beyond.

Hungry Lion's almost  2,900 staff across SA have to date relied on government health-care services, but the company and a health-care network have devised a low-cost plan that went live last week. They now have access to professional advice and referrals to general practitioners and medication if necessary...

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