1955J.B. ShephardLand of Tikoloshe 156There is a ray of hope in S.A.N.T.A. The South African National Tuberculosis Association is a private body which is setting out to raise a million pounds by public subscription. Part of the funds will be used to build suitable settlements where African T.B. patients can be segregated.
1967E. RosenthalEncycl. of Sn Afr. 521SANTA..receives substantial contributions from the Government, but is dependent to a large extent on the generosity of the public.
1971Daily Dispatch 30 June 2The need for more beds at the Santa Settlement at Fort Grey was emphasised by the treasurer of the local branch of Santa.
1973Evening Post 16 July 2Santa says its function is to prevent the disease spreading, provide treatment services, undertake research, assist with control measures, educate the public and provide social assistance for TB families.
1990Grocott’s Mail 19 June 6Re-elected for another term as Chairman of the SANTA Bathurst District Branch.
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