April 2018 General Meeting

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Sean Brokensha – Entertainer, writer, known as the Music Guru.  Formerly the ‘Music Guru’ at 702 and now a freelancer who hosts the 1-4 pm show on Mix FM.

It’s said that the more things change the more they stay the same. This is certainly true with the music of our lives.
Popular music is a sea, and likewise has tides and currents that recur. Types of musos also recur – despite generation or genre, there have always been leading men and strong women. Join Sean for a chilled meander, across space and time, featuring a few of our beloved icons, timeless classics and a good story or two.



Gugu Majozi – Phelophepa Train of Hope

Gugulethu Majozi is Senior Manager Health Portfolio responsible for overseeing the operations of the Phelophepa Health trains.   She is a professional Social Worker, with experience in public relations, reputation management, fundraising, marketing communications, small business development, franchising branding promotions, advertising, events management, sales and media relations.
The Phelophepa Health Train provides comprehensive Primary Health Care services to the rural and semi-rural communities of South Africa where there is often only a single doctor for every 5 000 people. By providing direct healthcare services as well as education on primary healthcare, the trains have been providing essential care to millions of people for two decades.
The success of Phelophepa is attributed to the tireless staff, students, community members and partners such as the Department of Health, Department of Education, Social Development and local municipalities, that work in collaboration to ensure that an ethos of quality care and dignity to patients is upheld within the project.
Every year approximately 1 100 final year students gain practical experience in their field of study on the train. They empower the communities by sharing their skills and knowledge and also gain hands-on experience and mentoring from the permanent staff.

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