Medical students meet minister
hoping to avoidid proceeding to second year still owing the schoolool the first-year fees.
“the other issue is not being allowed to use the modern Queen ueen ‘Mamohato Memorial Hospital facilities s for practicals and we’re afraid that we will fall all behind in our studies.
“However, we are hoping that our concerns have been heardard in this two-day caucus, and that they are going to be addressed,” Mr Moiloa said.
according to Mr Moiloa, the association was as formed in 2008 by the Nelsonn Mandela School of Medicine to address ddress issues affecting Basotho studying medicine in South africa and also create a platform on whichch the students could give back to theirheir country.
“Since then,n, lemsa has grown and now has members from various schools withinn South africa and now lesotho.
“as the associationsociation continues to grow, our missionssion statement is also changing, but t still encouraging members to returnn home after completing their studies and improve the welfare of Basotho.”
Health Minister ‘Molotsi Monyamane