African Nurse Pioneers in KwaZulu/Natal - 1920-2000

by Jabulani Buthelezi


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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 2/10/2005

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 388
ISBN : 9781412043793

About the Book

This book is about seven African nurse pioneers in KwaZulu/Natal from 1920 to 2000. The author captures the early nursing activities of the 1920s to 1970 and then moves to nurses that entered the health services in the 1950s. The author also presents two nurses that worked outside South Africa i.e. did their pioneering nursing in Saudi Arabia and the United States of America. The author does not scoop nursing out of its context but creates a narrative that resonates in lived experiences in a world dominated by the Africanization of poverty, the feminization of poverty, globalization, racism and xenophobia.




About the Author

Dr. Mazo Sybil was born on Carlyle Street in Durban where she received part of her primary education. She got her secondary education at St. Joseph's College (Inkamana) and at Inada Seminary. She obtained her RN and RM at McCord Zulu Hospital, a Diploma in Community Health Nursing at Edendale Technical College, a Diploma in Clinical Care, Instruction and Administration from the Edendale College of Nursing, a B. Cur. at the University of South Africa, an MA in Adult & Continuing Education and a PhD in Family Studies at Michigan State University.