Med­i­cal stu­dents meet min­is­ter

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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

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