- On Friday, September 13, the Mpumalanga MEC of health addressed graduates at a nursing college in South Africa
- Taking to social media, the Mpumalanga Department of Health announced impressive statisitcs
- According to the post, 620 student nurses graduated
The Mpumalanga Department of Health announced some good news for the health sector in South Africa.
On Friday, the MEC of health in the province addressed graduates at the Mpumalanga College of Nursing.
According to the post, an impressive 620 students will obtain their nursing qualifications during the graduation ceremony.
The post read:
"The Hon MEC for Health in Mpumalanga, Ms Sasekani Manzini is currently addressing the 29th Nurses Graduation ceremony taking place in Mbombela City.
"Today 620 nursing students from Mpumalanga College of Nursing will be rewarded diplomas in the field of nursing to further improve the shortage of health care professionals and contributes meaningfully in the advancement of health care services in the province."
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had reported that a black man with the name Charles D. Brown II broke race obstacle associated with his skin colour and got his PhD in physics from Yale University.
Charles said that since 1860’s, few black people have been awarded the doctoral degree from the institution’s physics department. Charles said his recent academic achievement makes him the 7th black man to receive the degree.
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