ESouth Africa Health Center

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eSouth Africa Health Center
Logo of eSouth Africa Health Center
Country Flag-South Africa.jpg South Africa
Headquarters Gauteng
Industry Newspaper


During the February 2009 congressional election campaign Lucien Morjuet promised that a national wellness center would be created. The eSouth Africa Health Center was the fulfillment of that promise and was created with the mission to improve the overall health and productivity of our nation's citizens by way of maintaining a national welfare service, and to educate new players on the importance of proper maintenance of one's wellness.


All the following services were bound by certain terms and conditions, and applications needed to be made to the Center's manager via PM.

"ZAR for Gifts"

The service provided by the Red Cross of old; it was the "gift exchange" idea, without the exchange of gifts. Instead, applicant donated funds to the Health Center, applicant was gifted back an equivalent value in gifts (looking for the best possible value for your money), and any leftover ZAR was given back to applicant.

"Free Gifts For All!"

This service provided free gifts to those people who can afford to keep themselves alive and purchase food, but didn't earnt enough to advance their wellness. Using their own funds (no donation necessary on the part of the person receiving welfare), the Health Center would pay for the gifts necessary to increase the worker's health.

"Free Food For All!"

The same principle as the Free Gifts program, but for those who could not afford the necessary quality food for any reason.

Newbie Assistance

Anyone of level 7 or less who got in contact with the eSA Health Center through a private message received a one-time donation of three days worth of free food and three free gifts.


The eSA Health Report was published periodically by the Center to inform South African citizens about the Center's services and to provide education for new citizens regarding their wellness.


This organization was completely non-profit, neither for the manager, the organisation, or for the government... It was completely run on the donations and goodwill of each and every one of South Africa's citizens.