By George Msumba |  4 days ago | local
Finance and Economic Development Minister Professor Mthuli Ncube says the country will soon be getting various medical supplies from Egypt, following his visit to the North African country.
Professor Mthuli said this in response to concerns about shortages of medicines in rural health centres, by traditional leaders during the national chief’s conference held in Bulawayo recently.
Traditional leaders also appealed to government to take care of their health needs with government now introducing medical aid for the chiefs.
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