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May 11
Facing down COVID-19 – what we can create and control

​By: Judith King (Copy and Content Editor: Health Systems Strengthening)

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HST CEO, Dr Themba Moeti, introduces the SAHR 2021 at the launch event.

Photo: Lunga Memela

In partnership with the University of KwaZulu-Natal's Health Economic and HIV/AIDS Research Division (HEARD), Health Systems Trust (HST) launched its 24th edition of the South African Health Review (SAHR) on 22 April 2021. 

Exploring a broad range of specialist perspectives on South Africa's experience of addressing COVID-19 under the theme 'What have we learnt?' the content of this SAHR edition offers knowledge that strengthens the scientific advisory process for COVID-19 where no model exists for what is predictable and will be manageable for healthcare provision.  

The following reflective view on the scenarios and recommendations presented in the publication was published in the Daily Maverick on 27 April 2022. Please access the article via this link.

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To read the full 2021 South African Health Reviewclick here and for Chapters-at-a glance, click here.



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