Malaria outbreak in Limpopo is one of the worst the province has ever experienced says Malaria experts.
More than 30 people have reportedly died from Malaria in Limpopo regions such as Giyani, Malamulele, Makhado and Tzaneen areas, the number is expected to rise according to the malaria experts.
About 30-families have lost their loved ones due to malaria in a period of six-weeks
Limpopo province has reported over a thousand malaria cases so far.
— Giyani View (@giyaniview) 22 May 2017
Residents blames the department of health for negligence, lack of medication and resources such as Doctors and researchers. According to the experts the outbreak was caused by the recent rainfalls in the areas affected.
— #AMLive 104-107fm ? (@amliveonsafm) 16 May 2017
health department shouldn’t lie
They’re claiming there’s no malaria CRISIS in Limpopo as they claimed there was no CRISIS at #LifeEsidimeni
— Siya Mlozana™ (@Niro2_1) 22 May 2017
— eNCA (@eNCA) 22 May 2017
The Unicef has since joined the Limpopo provincial Government in the fight against Malaria in the province:
— SABC News Online (@SABCNewsOnline) 15 May 2017