Deputy min­is­ter stroke de­nied

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NA­TIONAL Free­dom Party leader Zanele kaMag­waza-Msibi was still rest­ing in a Dur­ban hos­pi­tal yes­ter­day. “We re­ceived news from the fam­ily she is fine, but the doc­tors ad­vised she should re­main in hos­pi­tal,” party sec­re­tary-gen­eral Nh­lanhla Khu­bisa said. KaMag­waza-Msibi was ad­mit­ted to hos­pi­tal last Mon­day. Khu­bisa de­nied re­ports that the deputy sci­ence and tech­nol­ogy min­is­ter had suf­fered a stroke, say­ing her stay in hos­pi­tal was caused by “noth­ing of the kind”. “She was fa­tigued, she never rested after the na­tional elec­tions. The doc­tors have ad­vised that she needs rest.” KaMag­waza­Msibi’s fam­ily said she had im­proved, he added.

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