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Published on 7 Feb 2017, 15:27
JOHANNESBURG, 07 February 2017-In the wake of the Health Ombudsman’s shocking finding that 94 psychiatric patients died after being moved last year from Life Esidimeni facilities to NGOs, there are renewed calls for a swift police investigation. Checkpoint’s Kyla Herrmannsen reports on the battle the families of the deceased have had to fight in order to get the police to investigate the deaths of their loved ones.
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