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SPNP President on the Blue Train

30 May 2021
Nkhethe Private Clinic (Nkhensani Mukoki’s Clinics) has been subcontracted as a Service Provider for Covid 19 rapid antigen testing and Nurse on board of the Blue train. Guests and staff are screened and tested at the Bosman station in Pretoria on a Monday morning before boarding and departing for Cape Town. The same process happens when

SPNP President and Vice-President elected

19 Apr 2021
Dear members, It is with great pleasure that we announce the election of the Society’s President and Vice-President at the Special General Meeting held on Saturday 17 April 2021.  Nkhensani Mukoki, the Gauteng Chairperson, was elected as the President and Bev Silkstone, the Cape Ex-Chairperson, as the Vice-President Nkhensani.    Both Nkhensani and Bev have

SANC Position Statement – on issuing of sick notes by Professional Nurse Practitioners

26 Oct 2020
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SANC Position on insertion of intravenous infusion IVI and taking of blood specimen by Registered Nurse Practioners

26 Oct 2020
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Minister Mkhize did the opening dedication at the SPNP webinar.

13 Sep 2020
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SPNP Webinar

23 Aug 2020
We are inviting all registered nurses to attend our webinar. Don’t miss out, be a participant enjoying a virtual lunch with us, listening to educational and informative presentations and possibly being the recipient of a lucky draw or spot prize. View 12 September 2020 Provisional Program

SANC News June – July 2020

3 Aug 2020
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Preventing Coronavirus spread between North West and Limpopo

29 May 2020
Our Mpumalanga Chapter Chairperson, Khensani Silawu, leads Police Minister Bheki Cele, and others on a walkabout of the Aurum stand at a roadblock. Khensani, nurse Kgomotso Mokgatle and counsellor Thabiso Sizila were conducting screening for Coronavirus on the R510 highway to prevent the spread of the virus between the North West and Limpopo.

Covid-19 testing

29 May 2020
A Cape member, Michelle Torr, is part of a NACOSA group consisting of screeners (non-medical staff – often 3 in a team), a driver, 2 RN’s and an EN where possible. They are either allocated to a fixed site e.g. Heideveld where she is currently placed or to a Primary Health Care clinic which organises a