Cite reports that a Bulawayo woman Rutendo Zvidza has opened a nurse training school in Namibia, teaching recruits general nursing health care and midwifery skills.
Rutendo (37), who grew up in Nkulumane left Zimbabwe in 2013 to work as a nurse in Namibia.
The Health Professions Councils of Namibia reportedly approved her intiative to start training for a Diploma in Nursing Science and Midwifery in September 2020.
The training school took its first batch of students in January 2021, who will graduate in January 2023
For staff recruitment, Zvidza employs a majority of Namibians from administrative to general and a few Zimbabweans.
Zvidza said she was in the process of trying to compile documents in order to open a nursing training school in Zimbabwe.