Automotive plant turned into medical facility

2020-05-14 06:01
Volkswagen Group South Africa has made its Port Elizabeth plant available as a temporary medical facility to assist local and provincial government in providing much-needed care to Covid-19 patients in Nelson Mandela Bay. Present at the signing of the partnership agreement were (from left) Dr Thobile Mbengashe (Superintendent-General for the Eastern Cape Department of Health), Thsonono Buyeye (Acting Executive Mayor of Nelson Mandela Bay), Thomas Schaefer (VWSA Chairman and Managing Director), Oscar Mabuyane (Eastern Cape Premier) and Nomkhita Mona (CEO of the Nelson Mandela Bay Business Chamber).                                          Photo:VWSA

Volkswagen Group South Africa has made its Port Elizabeth plant available as a temporary medical facility to assist local and provincial government in providing much-needed care to Covid-19 patients in Nelson Mandela Bay. Present at the signing of the partnership agreement were (from left) Dr Thobile Mbengashe (Superintendent-General for the Eastern Cape Department of Health), Thsonono Buyeye (Acting Executive Mayor of Nelson Mandela Bay), Thomas Schaefer (VWSA Chairman and Managing Director), Oscar Mabuyane (Eastern Cape Premier) and Nomkhita Mona (CEO of the Nelson Mandela Bay Business Chamber). Photo:VWSA

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