70+ South African doctors warned SAHPRA about adverse effects from the C19 injections

In February, SA VAERS (Transformative Health Justice) was asked to assist over 70 health care professionals, with their letter raising serious concerns about adverse effects in people taking C19 injections.

The letter focused on:

  1. Observed post-vaccination adverse events
  2. Blocking the spread of SARS COV2 as a reason to mandate vaccines
  3. RCT data, serious illness, death and vaccine safety

With regards to negative effects, they share:

“Since the vaccine roll-out started, many of us have been caring for patients who have presented with new-onset of illness shortly after vaccination.”

Many of these events are managed at a primary health care level and their frequency will not necessarily be noticed by epidemiologists or specialists who work in secondary and tertiary centres. Many of us have been in private practice for decades and we have never noticed such frequent events after the administration of older, well-known vaccines.

“We also notice that our patients are not taken seriously by the medical system. When they attempt to report their adverse events or even when they seek medical treatment, they are often dismissed. Patients who are medically exempted from vaccination face discrimination in the workplace and on campuses.”

“In addition, the adverse event reports filed to our local authorities are not reported to the public so there is essentially no awareness or transparency of this important issue.”
Our liability as front-line clinicians in supporting mandatory vaccination remains unclear. We are concerned for the health of our patients. We are aware that arguing that we were just ‘following orders’ by supporting a risky mandatory medical intervention will not be accepted as a legal defence. It is our moral obligation, as physicians who have taken the Hippocratic Oath, to raise these matters with you. Since SAMA, SAHPRA and the HPCSA advocate for and protects patients and physicians, we ask for your support in this matter.”


As this important letter is in alignment with SA VAERS data, THJ wrote a cover letter and sent the medical professionals’ letter to SAHPRA, SAMA and the HPCSA on the 16th of February 2022. You can view the letter at the link below.

SAHPRA was given a deadline to respond. While SAHPRA confirmed receipt, to date there has been no response.

Follow-ups emails were met with: “Please note that SAHPRA will still deliberate on the matter with other stakeholders. SAHPRA is at the moment inundated with the COVID queries. We do not have the deadline for providing feedback at the moment. However, once everything has been deliberated on we will respond to you as soon as possible.”

This response may imply that SAHPRA does not consider the harm being caused to people after taking the jab as a Covid-related matter. Also, SAHPRA, despite its funding from the government (the people) and private sources, lacks the capacity to perform proper monitoring. This is a matter of critical national importance.


  1. If you are a medical professional who supports the letter of concern, please add your name to this quick form: https://m89bvduycmi.typeform.com/ConcernLetter.
  2. Remember to keep reporting negative injection effects to SAVAERS.co.za. Reporting gives a voice to victims, raises awareness through data, and enhances both transparency and accountability.
  3. If you applied for compensation for medical expenses, loss of income, and pain and suffering, or you intend to apply, please fill in this survey: Take The Survey.READ MORE HERE: thj-africa.medium.comVisit SAVAERS.co.za. to report adverse reactions.

Transformative Health Justice (THJ) – 3 March 2022.

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