By Majirata Latela
Reports coming out of the ministry of health suggest the demolition of Queen Elisabeth II Hospital in April has not only caused environmental pollution, but has resulted in the irrecoverable loss of confidential personnel records.
Sources at the ministry claim important employee files are missing and could have been discarded along with the rubble from the demolition.
The ministry’s principal secretary Khothatso Tṧooana could not be found to comment on these allegations, but sources close to him say it is not true, and that the files in question are old documents that were no longer usable.
More details in this Friday (10 July) copy of theReporter