The SA Human Rights Commission says the Tembisa Hospital in Gauteng urgently needs more staff after another 10 babies have died in the institution.
The babies born in the hospital have died in recent weeks, and although numerous reasons have been stated, the hospital is held responsible for the death of all the babies.
The allegations are that insects are causing the death of another 10 babies, which are believed to be present due to poor hygiene in the building.
The outbreak of antibiotic-resistant bacteria caused the babies to die in less than two months, and now the Human Rights Commission says the hospital will solve the problem by appointing more staff.
However, experts believe the problem could have been avoided with good, and sustainable, hygiene, which does not necessarily mean that more staff is needed.