Boitumelo Ntsoane, a qualified pharmacist and an astute entrepreneur and business woman.Her career started after completing her degree at Rhodes University in the year 2000.She then completed her internship at Transmed Retail Pharmacies and proceeded to do her community service at Lebowakgomo Hospital in Limpopo.
Her experience over the last 14 years in the pharmaceutical industry is broad, which includes Medical Aid Administration within the Metropolitan Health Group, Manufacturing and Production at Portfolio Pharmaceuticals, Supply and Distribution of medication in Cartonville, Goldfields Mine Primary Health Care Clinics and as Marketing and Liaison Manager at Medipost Courier Pharmacy
In trying to reposion her business to be in-line with the National Health Insurance she then purchased a fully furnished mobile clinic to focus more on primary health care services. Her team of retired nurses with the support and endorsement by Department of Health and Education started a pilot school health initiative in one of the disadvantaged schools in Pretoria. This initiative has since been extended to the whole of Tshwane Region.
She has since established and organization called Afrilink Health Care which is 100% black and female owned to enable business growth and to have a national footprint within South Africa and even outside the boarders of South Africa.
The organization aims to target both the Public and Private Health Sector in reengineering Primary Health Care and to play a vital role in developing a model that will assist our country to move from the current curative model. She will be pursuing her Masters Degree in Public Health and intents to obtain her Doctorate thereafter.