Probe Into Alleged Misconduct of Doctors Over

The Health Professionals Council of South Africa on Monday announced that the inquiry into the alleged misconduct of senior doctors at a KwaZulu-Natal hospital has been officially closed.

The complaint was lodged by Dr Yumna Moosa, who said in a media report last year that an “old boys club” had been bullying and promoting a culture of racism and sexism in hospitals.

The University of Cape Town medical graduate told The Mercury’s sister paper, The Cape Times, at the time that she had lodged the formal complaint against a medical consultant in KwaZulu-Natal after she was allegedly sexually harassed while doing an internship at a hospital in that province.

The report also said that Moosa had released a video on YouTube in which she also exposes two of her superiors – one a head of department – who advised Moosa to destroy the logbook in which she recorded the incident.

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