Who to blame for patient deaths?
Gabrielle Ritchie Western Cape There is a criminal absence of nonprofit organisation (NPO) governance. The 27 NGOs must be charged to the full extent of NPO law. I train NPOs in governance. Ndimeni Eastern Cape The whole incompetent, corrupt and irresponsible ANC government should be blamed. The penalty should be to vote the ANC out of power and for all bereaved families to claim damages from the health department. Mark Western Cape They should all be held accountable for manslaughter, from the president to the minister of health to the NGOs whose actions resulted in these deaths. The mentally challenged are the most vulnerable of
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