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2015-07-14 06:00
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Qualified clinical nursing Sister Nadene Olley.

Photo: supplied Qualified clinical nursing Sister Nadene Olley.

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THE Robin Hood Foundation is pleased to announce that qualified clinical nursing Sister Nadene Olley will be one of the guest speakers at the Women of Africa Conference this month.

Olley is a clinical nursing sister for Dis-Chem and does wellness for both babies and adults. She covers all sectors of the community and aids the community in day-to-day issues, regarding health.

With her extensive knowledge and history in induction education, training, education on infection control, oncology, health and safety, emergency planning as well as basic nursing care for Westville, Amahosp and St Mary’s hospitals, the RHF is grateful she will at the conference.

She will be talking to the 1 200 delegates about family planning, the importance of feminine hygiene as well as nutrition, and encouraging the young women to eat right and live right.

Olley has a passion for educating the community through her work in the Dis-Chem clinics and is excited to be able to reach young women.

Her message to young women: “Personal education of looking after yourself and the growth you can achieve therefrom is some of the most important gifts you can give yourself, your family and your children. Let’s start with you, your health, your life and in such, you can create so much around you.

“You don’t want to miss this educational conference, the deadline for application’s has been extended until 6 July, so get your application in to attend. Let’s begin your journey towards a better, healthier life for you together.”

She quotes Marilyn Munro: “A smile is the best make-up a girl can wear.”

To apply to attend the conference or for more details, email Kim Griffith Jones on

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