Clinic announces new committee

2016-10-27 06:00
Newly elected Breamer Clinic committee members are welcomed by Inkosi Nzimakwe (third, left).PHOTO: supplied

Newly elected Breamer Clinic committee members are welcomed by Inkosi Nzimakwe (third, left).PHOTO: supplied

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THE Breamer Clinic and Gamalakhe­ Community Health Centre announced its clinic committee recently.

Gamalakhe Community Health Centre spokesperson Lifa Radebe said the aim of the announcement was to introduce the committee to the community.

“This was aimed at strengthening the relationship between the community and the clinic and to enlighten the community about how committee works.”

The responsibility of the committee will be to oversee the administration of human and financial resources, the general affairs of the clinic and to report any maladministration at the clinic,

The event was attended by Inkosi Nzimakwe, who in his speech, asked the committee to work with the clinic management to resolve issues that affect the clinic.

He discouraged the community of going past the committee when they have issues with the clinic, instead they must follow the right path of communication before addressing issues with the office of the MEC.

The community was told about other options of communicating with the clinic, for example, suggestion boxes where people can anonymously post suggestions and complaints.

The newly elected members of the committee are from the various wards of KwaNzimakwe - Falakahe Zakuza (chairperson), Nonhlanhla Ncane (secretary), Philani Ngcobo (treasury), Thobile Mfeka, Joseph Jula (induna­ at KwaNzimakwe), Gabutshe Ngeleka (induna at KwaNzimakwe), Snegugu Khusi, Bukiwe Shazi, Zanele Mhlangu, Skhumbuzo Mvundla, Mbeko Majubane and Thabisile Ngeleka.

The committee is represented by all wards.

Chair of the committee, Falakhe Zakuza, thanked all who made the event a success and asked the community to work with him in resolving challenges that are encountered by the clinic.

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