Health research in SA short R1.6 billion

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CAPE TOWN — A recent study published in the South African Journal of Medicine found that public funding for health research is well below targets.

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Linda Givetash is a Canadian-South African freelance journalist based in Vancouver, B.C. Her work has appeared in print, digital and broadcast media outlets around the globe.