Doctors bring private healthcare to rural areas

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Dr Mdluli (left) and Dr Ninela who recently opened a medical centre in Taylors Halt.PHOTO: supplied
Dr Mdluli (left) and Dr Ninela who recently opened a medical centre in Taylors Halt.PHOTO: supplied

WHILE growing up, two young men who are now qualified doctors, had a dream of taking private primary healthcare to rural areas and now their dream has become a reality.

Dr Zamani Ninela (34) from KwaNgcolosi and Dr Sanele Mdluli (32) from Mpophomeni, recently opened the Central Medical Centre in Taylor’s Halt.

Both men grew up in rural areas dreaming of becoming doctors.

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