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15 Dec 2017 00:00
The Philandoda clinic was once a storage container and is now a healthcare centre, which offers testing and treatment for HIV and other STIs. (Paul Botes/M&G)
The Philandoda clinic run by medical humanitarian organisation Doctors Without Borders (MSF) is tucked away in a discreet corner of Eshowe’s busy taxi rank.
Every week, about 20 men walk through the doors of a container-cum-health centre. Many are taxi drivers and travellers, including men in transit to far-flung places such as Durban and Johannesburg.
But it wasn’t always like this when the clinic first opened in July.
That’s when the duo took matters into their own hands.
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