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THE Democratic Nursing Organisation of South Africa in KwaZulu-Natal (Denosa) has expressed its anger over an incident at Appelsboch Hospital in Ozwathini near Greytown in the Ilembe District on Saturday where a midwife was attacked and strangled while performing her duties.

The incident happened in front of security staff.

“A man, well-known to be a bully in that community, and called ‘a king’ by the community, brought in his partner who was about to go into labour.

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