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Health Ombuds Being Asked To Investigate The Rahima Moosa Hospital CEO.

JOHANNESBURG - The Health Ombudsman has been asked to explore for what good reason the CEO of the Rahima Moosa Mother and Child clinic is as yet telecommuting as the office fights to offer essential types of assistance.

Individuals from Parliament's portfolio council of wellbeing visited the medical clinic on Friday following objection over the suspension of a specialist and informant.

Dr Tim de Maayer was suspended subsequent to standing up on the critical condition of the office.

He was subsequently reestablished however it is perceived he has been suspended once more and a disciplinary interaction established against him.

The Democratic Alliance (DA's) Michelle Clark and individual from council Hasina Ismail held a gathering with emergency clinic the board, including acting CEO Dr Frew Benson.

At the point when Clark inquired as to why CEO Nozuko Mkabayi was absent, it was said that she had been on debilitated leave since Monday.

Yet, Clark Ismail actually needed to be familiar with Dr de Maayer's latest suspension.

"In any case, recall that, he was suspended when she was here since he was suspended last week, so presently I think the intensity is on her with a many individuals coming around to see what's going on. MPs and the press are posing truly hard-hitting inquiries and she is reserved off debilitated since the twentieth."

In spite of many specialists and attendants filling the hallways of this clinic, it's been heard the way that Mkabayi has been telecommuting starting from the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Ismail has laid an objection with the workplace of the Health Ombuds and delegates are set to visit the office on Friday evening.

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