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Private hospital group Life Healthcare may not be able to train the nurses it needs at its hospitals.
Private hospital group Life Healthcare may not be able to train the nurses it needs at its hospitals.

Life Healthcare says despite the South Africa grappling with a shortage of nurses, the private healthcare group is unlikely to have new nurses for the next two years due to delays in receiving accreditation to train the nurses at its education institutions.  

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