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HWSETA Funds Interns That Are Now Permanent Employees at FAMSA National

Nontebeko Magwaza (28) and Lunga Mtshali (26) both from KZN formed part of a HWSETA-funded internship programme at FAMSA National. They have been absorbed permanently by the organisation as Social workers and both situated at the Head Office. Nontebeko...

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HWSETA Board Chairperson: Dr Mnisi

Dr. Nomfundo Nomsa Mnisi is a veterinarian who qualified at the Medical University of Southern Africa (MEDUNSA) and later obtained a Master in Public Health degree at the same institution, at that time named University of Limpopo, MEDUNSA campus. Her...

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Dr Jekwa`s Success Story

Born and bred in Buffalo Flats, a small suburb in the Eastern Cape, Sivuyisiwe Jekwa (25) has always known she wanted to study medicine; in fact she couldn’t imagine herself being anything but a doctor. After her matric in 2013 she enrolled at Stellenbosch...

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Higher Health Covid-19 Campaign & Capacity Development & Skills Training Programme

The total number of confirmed COVID -19 cases in South Africa is steadily increasing, that is why it was important for the Higher Health and its partners to develop a strategy within post-school education and training about COVID -19. On behalf of the...

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HWSETA gives R12.6 million in funding to rural communities to help fight Covid-19

The Health and Welfare Sector Education and Training Authority (HWSETA) has partnered with the Afribiz Foundation and Ruo and Rui Medicals to ensure a highly impactful fight against Covid-19 by allocating R12.6 million in funding. The Afribiz Foundation...
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