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A LIMPOPO man is angry at the provincial department of health and social development after his mother's mysterious death in a hospital.
Siphiwe Ntuli's mother died on February 6 while receiving treatment at the Lebowakgomo Hospital. She had an abdominal hernia.
Maggie Elizabeth Ntuli, 67, of Lebowakgomo had gone through an operation to help her condition. But it was found later that the operation was wrongly done and she had to go for another one.
Her son said before his mother could recover she died of complications after bleeding profusely.
Siphiwe said he wrote letters wanting to get clarity as to what happened to cause his mother's death, but officials failed to provide an explanation.
"The last letter was sent directly to the head of the provincial department, Jabu Dlamini, and head of the health branch, Morwa-mphago Nkadimen," Ntuli said. "Both failed to respond."
Ntuli, 40, said his mother would still have been alive if officials at the hospital had been careful about her condition.
Dlamini refused to comment on the matter but indicated that she knew about it.
Nkadimeng dared the family to go wherever as he was not prepared to release the findings.