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St John Eye Clinic provides affordable but comprehensive eyecare to all age groups

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Optometrist Sanchia Jogessar tests the vision of Slindile Bujela at the St John Eye Clinic in Pietermaritzburg.
Optometrist Sanchia Jogessar tests the vision of Slindile Bujela at the St John Eye Clinic in Pietermaritzburg.
Estelle Sinkins

You only have one set of eyes, so you need to look after them.

That’s the message from optometrist Sanchia Jogessar, who works for St John Eyecare in Pietermaritzburg.

Based at the Selgro Centre, on the corner of Church and Boshoff Streets, the non-governmental organisation aims to provide people with affordable eyecare.

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