Chapter closes for CANSA employee

2016-11-03 06:01
Saying goodbye (from left) Sesethu Senene, Robyn Briggs, and Sister Busi Mbatha.PHOTO: supplied

Saying goodbye (from left) Sesethu Senene, Robyn Briggs, and Sister Busi Mbatha.PHOTO: supplied

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AFTER working for CANSA Port Shepstone for almost two years Sesethu Senene bid farewell to the CANSA family and community.

Senene worked as a CANSA community mobiliser for almost two years, but the time for her to reach new heights had come and her last day at CANSA was on Sunday.

Senene said her departure is sad, but bigger opportunities have come along.

She said working for CANSA was wonderful opportunity.

“It was a wonderful opportunity for me to grow career wise and on a personal level. I learnt a lot and it taught me how to work with people in need and how to educate people about cancer.”

Senene will be taking a break before embarking on her new journey.

“I will be taking a short break before taking on the next opportunity and I hope the people who worked with me continue sharing the information and advice we shared when I was with CANSA.”

She encouraged patients and families she interacted with to continue following the guidelines given to them by the organisation and continue working hard in the fight against cancer.

Kara Nobel from the CANSA head office said it is sad that Senene is leaving, saying the relationship that Sene had with them and her patients will never be forgotten.

“Sesethu is an amazing person who really cares about the community, our patients and the affected families. She always went the extra mile in service delivery in the communities, and as an organisation we will really miss her.”

Noble wished Senene luck in her new venture and hopes the organisation continues where she left off, meeting the needs of patients, families and the community.


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