The whistle-blower: a dialogue
I have been charged with misconduct – for the second time – for criticising the MEC Health of my province, Bevan Goqwana for worsening the health services since he took over. I said if he is running a private ambulance service (evidence is there), ran a private practice when he was Superintendent of Umtata General Hospital, made false claims to medical aids, had stolen drugs found in his surgery and also failed to spend R33 million earmarked for HIV/AIDS containment in the last financial year, then he should be charged and removed. I face five charges of misconduct for bringing him and the department and the country and the Constitution into disrepute. Tell me what you think.
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