South Africa baby deaths: Parents say hospital hiding information

At least 10 babies have died in the same hospital in Tembisa township in Johannesburg in the past two months.

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    Grieving parents in South Africa's largest city are accusing hospital managers of hiding information about the deaths of their newborn babies.

    The hospital in Johannesburg blames drug-resistant bacteria.

    Government critics say the maternity deaths highlight underfunding in the public healthcare system.

    Al Jazeera's Haru Mutasa reports.


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