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Lebogang Rasepae is an auxiliary nurse at Amandelbult Hospital in Thabazimbi, Limpopo. Currently working in the emergency room, she’s been on staff at the hospital, which services the community around Anglo American’s Tumela Mine, since 2006. She qualified 15 years ago from the HealthNicon School of Nursing in Vereeniging and, over the years, has worked across disciplines

“I would advise women that nursing as a profession is more about caring, loving and giving back to your community than any other expectation”

You have been a nurse for 15 years; what have been the most difficult challenges to navigate during this time?

Since the Covid-19 pandemic broke out, our workload has increased as the infection rates have increased. It is also challenging dealing with the infections our colleagues develop, as well as the death toll. Social

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