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HIV/AIDS and National Health Insurance in South Africa 

HIV/AIDS and National Health Insurance in South Africa
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HIV/AIDS and National Health Insurance in South Africa
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Nigel Crisp

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10.1093/med/9780198703327.003.0018
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date: 15 September 2019

Chapter 18 describes how Dr Motsoaledi, the South African Health Minister, set about leading the fight on HIV/AIDS in South Africa, and introducing a national health insurance scheme in order to offer healthcare to every person in the country, by building on the work that was already underway. It describes his complex story, with many confusing cross-currents and elements of conflict and intrigue, and how a large part of the Minister’s role involved trying to cut through the confusion, offer a clear pathway for the future, and communicate

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