Tagwirei’s Arundel Hospital Offers To Pay Zimbabwean Woman’s Bill In Limpopo

Arundel Private Hospital, which is owned by Sakunda Holdings, has volunteered to pay the remaining payment for a Zimbabwean woman who underwent medical treatment in South Africa’s Limpopo Province.

The woman became a hot subject after a video of a South African Member of the Executive (MEC) for Health in that province, Dr Phophi Ramathuba, refused to discharge her due to unpaid debts went viral.

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Arundel Hospital, in a statement obtained by Pindula News, urged members of the public with information about the winning bid to contact the hospital. As stated in the statement:

Arundel Hospital will settle all outstanding bills for this woman. Do you know who she is? Please contact us at +263773380322

At Arundel Hospital, we have an ongoing philanthropic practice, where we provide free medical assistance to individuals from all walks of life. We take pride in our efforts, in collaboration with the Government of Zimbabwe, to provide optimum healthcare to all.

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