SA health workers going to Sierra Leone to fight ebola

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A team of 11 South African health professionals is preparing to leave for Ebola-hit Freetown in Sierra Leone on Friday. The team will assist with the treatment of thousands of people who are infected with the deadly disease in west Africa. The team of ten nurses and one medical doctor is planning to stay in Sierra Leone for two months. Right to Care, an organisation that has recruited the health professionals, briefed the media on its plans in Johannesburg. For more on this story we now joined in studio by Pappie Majuba who is the Chief Medical Officer at Right To Care.

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