Chair, hon Minister, we appear to be debating around the fringes of Aids management. In the meantime, while people are admiring the changes to the National Action Plan and to Sanac - the SA National Aids Council - the changes are mainly on paper and, admittedly, there is better communication amongst all the role-players who are going to deal with HIV.
However, many people doubt whether those changes will be able to come about until the structure of health services is changed. And that will require greater efficiency, less duplication, more decentralisation and more accountability - the very things that the Deputy Minister of Health was fired for pointing out to the hon Minister and the government. Do you not believe that an urgent summit or some urgent action should be taken to look at the entire health services so that these debates that we have are about fundamental issues, and not about fringe issues like mono or dual therapy?