Sweet and sour source


Sweet and sour source

noseweek's senior reporter's lunch with purported whistleblower, Dr Zola Ntshona, left him a grand or so out of pocket and with some food for thought.

Dr Nokuzola Ntshona called the noseweek offices in mid December brimming with stories she said no-one had heard yet, about Health Minister Manto Tshabalala-Msimang, President Mbeki and various other high-profile personalities. The Sunday Times exposé had been her story, she said - and she had much more, with evidence to back up her claims.


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Submitted by : Donn Edwards of ALDARA PARK on 2008-06-05 21:00:01
According to the somewhat confusing article in the Sunday Times
http://www.thetimes.co.za/SpecialReports/Manto/Article.aspx?id=542904
East London Hospital Complex CEO Vuyo Mosana asked his deputy, Dr Nokuzola Ntshona on August 8 to draw up a comprehensive list of the hospitals’ deficiencies and how they should be fixed.

It is not clear from the article but it is implied that this is the information that was sent in a letter to President Mbeki.

Mosana declined to comment on Ntshona’s claims as “we are still investigating a case of giving inaccurate information to the media”.

Perhaps Mosana was correct in suspending her after all. Weird.
 
Submitted by : Toni Goncalves of Johannesburg on 2008-05-29 19:32:32
You just cannot find an honest crook anymore!
 
Submitted by : Donovan Jackson of Weltevreden Park on 2008-05-28 17:36:05
Good god. Shows that the mainstream media would do well to check out the veracity of 'sources'...

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