Transformational Leadership in 2020 the International Year of the Nurse and the Midwife 

Sister Nomusa Mkhwanazi went to Ekwazini High School, Umlazi Township. I did General Nursing Diploma and Diploma in Midwifery at King Edward Hospital. I worked at King Edward VIII Hospital maternity and surgical wards for a few years. I did a Bachelor of Curatinis Praxis Extens (BA Cur) through Natal University’s Howard College. I then joined SA Breweries Beer Division as an Occupational Health Nurse. Then I joined Natal University as an Occupational Health and Safety Coordinator for a year. I studied Occupational Health Nursing through the Natal Technikon; and Ergonomics through Rand Afrikaans University. Later I joined Unilever SA PTY Ltd – Personal Care Division, as an Occupational Health Services Manager before joining MUT in 2014. I graduated with a Post-Graduate Diploma in Business Management through Natal University. I am passionate about Health and Wellness and an advocate for preventative health. I am an adrenaline junkie and a gym fanatic.

Sister Bongiwe Maureen Sithole started her nursing career in 1985. She obtained a Diploma in General Nursing from Edendale Hospital, B Cur Honours Degree from the University of Johannesburg, and Master’s degree in Nursing Education from the same institution. Sister Sithole joined MUT on 1 January 2018. She is passionate about her work.

Ntombenhle Elsie Mazibuko is a registered nurse who qualified in 1992 with a National Diploma in General Nursing, Community Health Psychiatry, and Midwifery from Natal College of Nursing. Ntombenhle also obtained other qualifications, which include a Post Graduate Diploma in HIV and AIDS Management, Advanced Diploma (SU) in Health Science Education (NWU), BTech Degree in Primary Health Science (DUT). Ntombenhle is currently pursuing her Masters in HIV and AIDS Management (SU). She is currently working at MUT Clinic. She has worked in various public and private health institutions since 1993.