IDC donates R2 million to help provide healthcare in KZN after floods | The Citizen

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Over 85 healthcare facilities were destroyed when floods destroyed parts of KZN

IDC donates R2 million to help provide healthcare in KZN after floods | The Citizen

Over 85 healthcare facilities were destroyed when floods destroyed parts of KZN

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