After hours of struggling , i finally managed to open one. It felt like eternity despite the fact that i had the best support and help anyone can get. Finally i have a blog now and i hope am gonna use it efficiently for the benefit of every MOSA member.
A day in the life of a medical doctor- Dr Thabani Sibanda.
Having completed O’level in 1987 at Marist Brothers Dete, he then went on to do his A’level at Fletcher High School. In 1990 he started medical studies at the University of Zimbabwe. He finished his studies at UZ in 1995 and then went on to work at Mpilo Hospital as a junior doctor. In 1997 he moved to the UK to continue his medical career. In 2010 he then moved to New Zealand which is where he is now permanently settled.
From the above, it is clear that he has had health issues experience with people from a large part of the world and is the better equipped someone to enlighten us about health issues…
MOSA structures have put together a team of young people who are devoted to produce a magazine that will enable the alumni to connect, share experiences and inspire each other across the globe.
Being a Saturday evening such as tonight, I would be in the boys’ recreation, watching a movie. That was perhaps one of the most anticipated weekly activities for boys at boarding schools.
2017 THEME: The theme for our celebration this year (and maybe for the next five years) will be based around strengthening our MARIST CONNECTIONS. There are no specific rules – it is up to each of us to make an effort to reconnect with the school and/or Marist Dete community (past and present – students, teachers, other staff, etc).