DEPUTY MINISTER GODFREY OLIPHANT OPENS ONE-STOP SERVICE CENTRE IN KURUMAN, NORTHERN CAPE

DEPUTY MINISTER GODFREY OLIPHANT OPENS ONE-STOP SERVICE CENTRE IN KURUMAN, NORTHERN CAPE

The One Stop Health Service Centre is aimed at providing integrated services to both active and ex-mineworkers where TB and occupational lung disease assessments, as well as administrative services for compensation, will be delivered.

The center is a collaboration by various stakeholders led by government and supported by captains of the mining industry, organized labor and current and ex-mineworker associations with the aim to de-centralize services to claimants and beneficiaries.

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