It is with great sadness that we heard of the passing of Mr VF Valoyi of the Limpopo Branch. We as PSSA and SAAHIP wishes to extend our heartfelt condolences to both family and friends during this difficult time! You are in our prayers His memorial service will be on Thursday 19 November at Botlokwa
Dear Pharmacists As we enter a new decade, new challenges and opportunities await pharmacy in the healthcare world. Pharmacists need to continuously respond to those challenges and opportunities, empowering patients through their practice. South Africa is now in phase II of the implementation of National Health Insurance (NHI). It is time for pharmacists to step
Please join us for a virtual CME as we discuss a NEW and more PALATABLE formulation of ART therapy for children living with HIV (CLWHIV) Date: 11 November 2020 Time: 18:30 CPD accredited Thank you Cipla for making this CME available, Please send us an email firstname.lastname@example.org for the link to join the CME
Our next lady we wish to honor, Thanushya Pillaye, a past president of SAAHIP, is a pharmacist who loves her profession and does as much as she can to promote it, and encourage & mentor young pharmacists. She is always keen to serve the Society, the Association, and the profession at large in any way that she
Razeeya Khan Razeeya embodies the fiery passion of a pharmacist in action.Her experience strengthened her belief that Advocacy should be the second language of every pharmacist in South Africa and we should strive for equitable healthcare for all our patients, close to home. She was instrumental in setting up and training pharmacists in the first
Next on our list is the amazing ladies from SG. We would like to honor the SG woman leadership in Pharmacy. They are Passionate, confident, Assertive, Beautiful, Caring, Influencers and Integrity are just some of the words used to describe these powerful woman! T.Pillaye (Past President), R. Gosai, M. Mokobori, J. Fox, H. Chouhan, J.
Salome Makofane Salome is a Pharmacist at Kgapane hospital in Limpopo Province. She is well known for her fun and flamboyant character. There is never a dull moment with Salome. However, she is not just about fun, but is also actively involved in the workers struggle. She says: ” Dealing with workplace politics can be
Our next candidate is Mrs Tlou Mavis Shivambu. She is a Mother, Wife, Manager Pharmaceutical Services at Mankweng Hospital, a tertiary hospital in the Limpopo Province. Her contribution as a pharmacist also includes but not limited to the following: -She is a part time lecturer at University of Limpopo -A Member of the South African