The decision is part of the settlement in four different cases against South African Health Products Regulatory Authority’s (SAHPRA).
Judge Cassim Sardiwalla also ordered SAHPRA to:
*report to the court every three months to indicate if any adjustments have been made to the programme providing access to Ivermectin for the treatment of Covid-19; and
*contribute more than a million rand in total to cover the legal fees in each of the four cases before court.
The cases were brought by a general practitioner George Coetzee, two of his patients and Afriforum, a group of pharmacies, the African Christian Democratic Party (ACDP) and Doctors for Life, and a group of medical practitioners who called themselves “I can make a difference.”[BACK TO NEWS]