Historic listeriosis class action one step from going ahead

Medical technologist Bolele Disenyeng, seen in a lab at The National Institute for Communicable Diseases in Johannesburg. The institute is dealing with the listeriosis outbreak in South Africa.
Medical technologist Bolele Disenyeng, seen in a lab at The National Institute for Communicable Diseases in Johannesburg. The institute is dealing with the listeriosis outbreak in South Africa.
Image: ALON SKUY

The victims of listeriosis, including Montlha Welhemina Ngobeni’s baby, who will have a shunt in her brain for life, are only days away from having the class action against Tiger Brands certified.

This is the first part of the legal process needed before the court case or settlement talks can go ahead.

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