Hard-Working Nurse Who Started Her Own Clinic in Soshanguve Township Celebrated Online: “Black Excellence”

Hard-Working Nurse Who Started Her Own Clinic in Soshanguve Township Celebrated Online: “Black Excellence”

  • A dedicated nurse with 15 years’ worth of experience has been lauded on social media for starting her own clinic in the Soshanguve township
  • The lovely healthcare practitioner’s story was shared on the popular online page ‘Kasi Economy’
  • The sis received many kind well-wishes, with peeps impressed with what she was able to achieve

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One diligent nurse has left many people in awe with what she has managed to accomplish, with the strong woman opening an entire clinic in the Soshanguve township.

An experienced nurse started a clinic in Gauteng township
Lerato Pato started a clinic in the township. Image: Lerato Pato/Kasi Economy.
Source: Facebook

The healthcare worker, who has 15 years’ worth of nursing experience, is the founder of the Leratong Poly Clinic.

Lerato Pato was lauded by the Kasi Economy Facebook page. Their post read, in part:

“Meet Lerato Pato, she's a private nursing practitioner who opened her own clinic in Soshanguve township next to the Soshanguve Crossing Mall.”

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People were impressed by the nurse’s Soshanguve clinic and feat

The registered nurse and her accomplishment impressed people, who expressed how proud they were of her:

AbaNguni Voice. Edu said:

“Making ekasi greater than ever before. Congratulations to her. Proudly South African citizen.”

Shumani Eulender Ndouvhada-Tloubatla added:

“Black excellence.”

Hitekani Tshimbana Jeremiah reacted:

“Wow. I always wondered what was happening there. She's such an inspiration. More information on the clinic, please.”

Le Toucher doux D'Obi shared:

“Wow, well done, and congratulations.We need more people like you, sister.”

Aloysius Khwinana was wowed:

“That's awesome! Congratulations! Big up.”

Matshidiso Evodia Masilela commented:

“Wow, I saw this clinic yesterday on my way to town.”

Lucky M Mmatli remarked:

“Wow, this is beautiful. While still under construction, I always thought it was going to be an eatery.”

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The strong woman, who has a pie business and runs her own accounting company, explains that the read aims to inspire other single mothers.

Talking to Briefly News, Fikile Ndaba says that one of the goals of her book is to see single moms thriving with or without the help of their baby daddies.

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Kauthar Gool (Women Empowerment Editor) Kauthar Gool has been the Women Empowerment Editor at Briefly News since 2022. She holds a Master of Public Relations and Communication Management from the Cape Peninsula University of Technology (CPUT) (2022) and a Bachelor of Technology in Journalism from CPUT (2019). She has worked at the Fundza Literacy Trust, ITWeb, YOU Magazine, and Cape Argus. She is currently furthering her education in journalism at Stellenbosch University. Reach her at: kauthar.gool@briefly.co.za