About 10,000 donated masks stuck at OR Tambo International Airport
Donated personal protective equipment (PPE) for a disadvantage hospital in the Eastern Cape is stuck at OR Tambo International Airport waiting for customs clearance.
The Mountain Club of South Africa has managed to organise masks from other countries to distribute in the province.
Joanne Joseph speaks to Mountain Club of SA president Greg Moseley about the donation.
One of the Chinese laboratories has offered to donate 10,000 masks to an under-resourced hospital.Greg Moseley, President - Mountain Club of SA
The masks are stuck at OR Tambo waiting for customs to clear them and we must pay R25,000.Greg Moseley, President - Mountain Club of SA
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