Cuba in South Africa

The embassy of Cuba remember the 91st birthday of Fidel

Monday, August 14, the group of Cuban collaborators of Water Resources, Health, UNECA and diplomatic personnel of the Cuban Embassy in South Africa got together  to remember the 91st birthday of our undefeated Commander in Chief.

#NoMásBloqueo poster contest

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the National Office of Design are launching the #NoMásBloqueo poster contest. Designers, artists and students from Cuba and other countries may apply.

CUBA-TRAINED MEDICAL GRADUATES ARE THE PIONEERS OF THE RE-ENGINEERING OF PRIMARY HEALTHCARE, SAYS KZN HEALTH MEC

Natal Health MEC Dr Sibongiseni Dhlomo has described the scores of Cuba-trained medical students who graduated in Durban today(14 July 2017)as pioneers of government’s efforts to re-engineer primary healthcare in the country.
MEC Dhlomo was speaking at a graduation ceremony for 70 medical students (13 from KZN, and 57 from various parts of the country) who were conferred their medical degrees after studying in Cuba for six years and finishing at various South African universities, including the University of KwaZulu-Natal.
This high-level graduation ceremony was attended by, among others, deputy minister Dr Joe Phaahla, his Excellency: Cuban Ambassador, Carlos Fernάndez de Cossion; Deputy Minister of Health, Republic of Cuba, Dr Ileana Morales, and academics.

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