I took this:
"The KwaZulu-Natal department of health said last year that from April 2012 it would, for the first time, offer circumcision as an option to 10% of the mothers of male babies born in public hospitals."
to mean that the government will allow it?
I wonder which 10% will be "offered" circumcision?
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