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The medical profession.

Did I say profession? Sorry, force of habit. There’s a different wind blowing up there nowadays. Very different! No more Albert Schweitzer, let alone Hippocrates. Hard-arse business is the new ethic. The shareholders wouldn’t stand for anything less we are told.

Why so nasty you might well ask now. I’ve looked at my annual budget, that’s what. The highest single item on the agenda is my monthly hospital-plan insurance. Not medical aid, let me hasten to add, no, only hospital-plan insurance. After all who can fork out N$50,000.00 (no cheques please)  to be allowed hospital admission in a coma during a medical evacuation? Not dissimilar if you ask me to the protection-money days during the American mafia heyday of the thirties. No cover, no service, period!

Make use of the state hospital, I hear you say; you didn’t really mean that, did you? If ever you wanted to experience the vagaries of affirmative action first hand, take a stroll through your local state facility, your survival depends on it..


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7 Comments

  1. erica says:

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  2. bison says:

    No money, no music! I pay the equivalent of 6000Rand a month here in Germany.
    You forgot to mention the risk of getting a secondary infection from so called hospital germs. Or is it a reward?

  3. bison says:

    keibsch, is that you on the picture??

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      I thought you’d never ask.

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