There is a strong link between the health sector and South Africa’s GDP.
Consider the obvious fact that when you are sick you don’t go to work:
the company you work for loses productivity, and as a result so does the
country’s economy. Conversely, if healthcare is improved to the point
that even when you do face the unfortunate circumstance of falling
sick, you recover quickly and go to work, productivity increases, which
in turn benefits the company while building the nation’s economy Read More