Fri. Aug 12th, 2022

“Here’s the experience of our doctors: if they don’t have [a] 50,000 rand ($3500) bribe, they fail the South Africa medical board exam,” says D. Govender, the lawyer leading a class court action for hundreds of South African medical graduates who obtained qualifications abroad, but cannot work when they return home.

Pranav Singh, 27, a South African-born citizen of Indian ancestry, is distressed by the impediment to practice medicine in his country of birth after graduating in 2018.

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