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Molefi Sefularo
Molefi Sefularo

South Africa

Deputy Minister of Health

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Created: 14th May 2009
Modified: 28th May 2010
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Professional Information
Professional Areas:
Government, Health
Government of South Africa
Deputy Minister of Health
Working primarily in:
South Africa

Biographical Information
Molefi Sefularo
(At a Glance)
Gender: male
Place of Origin: South Africa

Current Positions

    * Deputy Minister of Health of the Republic of South Africa since 11 May 2009.
    * Member of Parliament since 2004.
    * Member of Parliamentary Committee on Trade and Industry.
    * Member of Parliamentary Committee on Foreign Affairs.
    * Member of Parliamentary Committee on Health.
    * Member of African National Congress (ANC) Provincial Executive Committee (PEC).

Academic Qualifications

    * MBChB from Medical Universtity of Southern Africa (Medunsa).
    * MBA from University of Cape Town (UCT).
    * Post Graduate Diploma in Tropical Medicine and Hygiene (DTM and H).
    * Post Graduate Diploma in Public Health (DPH).
    * Post Graduate Diploma in Health Service Management.
    * Post Graduate Diploma in Company Direction from Institute of Management and Technology.

Career/Memberships/Positions/Other Activities

    * North West ANC Deputy Chairperson.
    * Chairperson of Deployment Committee, Economic Transformation Committee.
    * Member of ANC Sub-committees on Economic Transformation and Political Education.
    * Deputy Secretary of ANC North West Province (1983-1995).
    * Member of National Medical and Dental Association ( 1986-1995).
    * Member of United Democratic Front (UDF) (1983-1995).
    * Member of Azanian Student Organisation ( 1979-1985).
    * President of the Student Representative Council (SRC) at Medunsa (1981-1984).

Passed away in a car accident on 05 April 2010.

Source: Deputy Ministry of Health

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