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Warrior woman: From nurse to CEO tackling HIV, Aids and TB

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Colleen Khumalo has been at the helm of SACTWU Worker Health Programme since 2015. (Supplied)
Colleen Khumalo has been at the helm of SACTWU Worker Health Programme since 2015. (Supplied)

Colleen Khumalo started out as a nurse almost 20 years ago. Today she is pioneering a programme that was launched to tackle HIV, Aids and TB among workers.

Women can't surround themselves with timid ‘yes’ people if they want to become great leaders.

This is the advice from Colleen Khumalo who is studying towards a Master’s in Public Administration - Political Governance with a specific interest in Health Policy Development.

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