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HPCSA Execs Run illicit Business, Charges NEHAWU Officials

A battle is brewing at Health Professions Council of South Africa (HPCSA) regulatory body,the situation is getting out of control as there are claims of mistrust and back stabbing amongst officials. Who claims that those who occupy big position at the top are ignoring a bomb which is about to explode.

Secretary of NEHAWU at HPCSA Nkhesani Ditshego wrote a letter to the president of HPCSA professor Simon. Nemutandani complaining against HPSCSA ombudsman acting Registar Dr Munyadziwa Kwinda about what is happening.

Ditshego claims that Kwinda and associates in HPCSA council Professor Nobelungu Julia Ngoloyi-Mekwa they are in charge of a company which responsible for charging HPCSA members a fee to provide a service.

Ditshego has allergies that what the duo are doing is conflict of interest. They are breaking the law by doing business with regulatory body through their company.

According to Sunday world Kwinda and Ngoloyi-Mekwa are directors of South African Institute of Healthcare Managers a company that charges a fee for a services done.

We have discovered that Dr Kwinda has committed misconduct as he gets a salary from the regulatory body and health practitioners who are registered with the regulatory body(HPCSA) reads the letter.

We are still waiting for feedback from Professor Simon Nemutandani and the council since the complaint was logged. We sent another letter. Certain people they think that they can't be touched as they enjoy protection from top management we can"t tolerate such behavior said Ditshego.

HPSCA spokesperson Christopher Tsatsawane has confirmed the two letters from Ditshego. He also said allegation made against Kwinda were quite serious and concerning.

We will like to allow a proper investigation into this matter to get to the bottom of this issue to check all the facts. Council has a dedicate a team of professional to deal with this matter.

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