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08 Feb 2001 00:00
SOMEONE has to serve these poor people in the rural communities. They need our help more than people in the urban areas and they are so appreciative for the little they have and receive,” says nurse Maggie Ntikinca, deputy manager of the SA Transnet-Phelophepa Health Care Train health clinic.
“Phelophepa” means good, clean health - and the train clinic is a sponsored service covering four provinces over a period of 36 weeks.
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