“By going out and getting vaccinated, we aren’t just protecting ourselves. We are performing a patriotic duty to our country and our fellow citizens.
“In this great race to preserve human life, let us continue to work together in the interests of the health and welfare of our nation. In this way, we will ensure that recovery is certain.” – President Ramaphosa
It is a busy month for our public sector leaders with our President making an oversight visit to Ethekwini, KwaZulu-Natal as well as vaccination sites in Ekurhuleni, Gauteng to assess progress in South Africa’s vaccination programme. On 5 August, there was a historic Cabinet reshuffle, which we cover this month. And His Excellency wrote to the nation on 9 August commemorating the Women’s March which took place 65 years ago, also featured in this edition.
August celebrates Women’s Day – indeed Women’s Month - in South Africa and, on the cover of this edition, we feature Nokuthula Selamolela, dynamic CEO of the Food and Bev SETA as well as a lead interview with Nokuthula, one of the youngest SETA CEOs globally. Our theme is to celebrate all things women-related and we have an article foregrounding the great organisations which are focusing on girl leadership as well as our Top Women in education.
Our regional focus for August is on Mpumalanga, as the province welcomes its very first oncology unit, and “In other news” we bring you up to date on all things femtech.
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