KZN lifts its surprise ban on recruiting foreign doctors 🔒
Bid to make space for newly qualified local health professionals returning from training in Cuba
11 September 2019 - 20:31TAMAR KAHNAmid the wave of xenophobic attacks and deadly violence that has heightened tensions between SA and its trading partners in the rest of Africa, KwaZulu-Natal’s health department published a circular last week banning the recruitment of foreign doctors.
The department said it wants to make space for newly qualified locals who are returning from training in Cuba.BPremiumThis article is reserved for our subscribers.A subscription helps you enjoy the best of our business content every day along with benefits such as exclusive Financial Times articles, Morningstar financial data, and digital access to the Sunday Times and Times Select.Read more: Business Day »
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