Durban - The inquiry into a Durban surgeon who allegedly said Indians had a "coolie" mentality and also told a colleague he had bad odour has been adjourned to March.
The matter is yet to begin properly and the first person is yet to testify.
The committee spent the first of three days set down for the inquiry deliberating as to whether certain evidence from a CCMA ruling would be allowed to be presented at the inquiry.
Professor Anunathan Reddi, who once headed the cardiothoracic surgery department at Inkosi Albert Luthuli Central Hospital, has been charged with unprofessional conduct towards his colleagues and making derogatory comments about staff at the hospital between 2011 and 2012....
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