Tuesday, 28 April 2020

The Sponsors of Brave campaign - sixth nominee - Pharmacist Nontutuzelo Sibango

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The Sponsors of Brave campaign - sixth nominee - Pharmacist Nontutuzelo Sibango

Through everything she does, from starting a pharmacy to funding a charity sports club, Nontutuzelo Sibango, wants to inspire young black girls and women to always chase their dreams.

Nontutuzelo Sibango, or Ntutu as she is called by those who know her, is a pharmacy owner in Mthatha, Eastern Cape.

Having established her first pharmacy in the area 19 years ago, she has used her position to give back to her community. Her kindness is well known in the area and her local sports charities and fun-runs encourage healthy living and support talented young athletes.

What she hopes for most though, is that she can inspire and uplift young black girls and women to see all the incredible possibilities that they can have for their future.


Nominate the pharmacist or healthcare professional in your community making a real difference

Your nominee also stands a chance to win an once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to attend an international healthcare conference of their choosing all expenses paid. They will also have the chance to pay-it-forward and donate R25 000 to the registered charity of their choice.

PLUS you can stand a chance to win R5 000 just by nominating the person whose acts of kindness and bravery you think deserve recognition.

For more information visit https://partners.24.com/SponsorsofBrave/index.html.

Adcock Ingram OTC (over the counter medicines) is a leading and proudly South African healthcare company providing quality products to improve the health and lives of the communities they serve.

Published in Health and Medicine