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Eyewitness News takes a glimpse into what the public healthcare system looks like - and how it affects millions of South Africans. Picture: Sethembiso Zulu/EWN

Eshowe

FEATURE: The trauma of the public healthcare system

Mental health problems, HIV and Aids, pregnancy complications and other issues affect all South Africans. But not all of us have access to the same quality of healthcare. And it's poor people who feel it the most. Eyewitness News takes a look at what the public healthcare system looks like - and how it affects millions of South Africans.

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