Olinda Chapel stops Zimbabwe nurse recruitment

Businesswoman Olinda Chapel has stopped recruiting nurses from Zimbabwe after being accussed of not having a sponsor license.

Announcing on Facebook, Olinda said Gain Healthcare will continue recruitment Internationally from other countries like India, Philippines except Zimbabwe.

She said from day one she has been accussed of scamming people which is seriously affecting her mental health and job.

Below is a full statement from Olinda.

It is with great sadness that I have made the decision to halt International Recruitment from Zimbabwe. I love Zimbabwe very much and I truly believe in promoting local. Gain Healthcare will continue recruitment Internationally from other countries like India, Philippines etc.

From day one I have been accused of not having a sponsor license. Then it was paddled as a scam. To date we have recruited 37 employees Internationally to work for Gain Healthcare directly and we have recruited 63 nurse aide candidates for nursing homes. 22 Social workers for local authorities and 17 nurses. Through GHC and we have had a total of 139 candidates come internationally on the last 12 months.

The abuse I have received has really affected my Mental Health and most times I no longer enjoy the job I love very much.

What’s the way foward ?

1. GHC will no longer be recruiting from Zimbabwe through our Sponsor license

2. We will continue recruiting as an agency for our clients

3. We will continue providing training that’s internationally recognised

4. Those that are at immigration level with us, we will continue with the application.

Thank you very much to those that have supported us and we’re patient enough to go through the process and I am glad we managed to change so many lives.

Again thank you for believing in me and my company.

I am done ✌️ Ndabhoo