Sefako Makgatho University Nursing Science Contact Details

Sefako Makgatho University Nursing Science Contact Details.
Sefako Makgatho University Nursing Science Contact Details
Information you need to know about the Sefako Makgatho Health Sciences University (SMU) Nursing Science contact address, academic staff name, position, qualifications, specializations, tel. extensions and email are available in this article.

Sefako Makgatho SMU Nursing Science Programmes


The Department of Nursing Science was established in 1979 and made history on the 1st of February 1981 by introducing the undergraduate degree, Bachelor of Nursing Degree (BCur) for black post-matriculants.

Currently the Nursing Department is continuing with the current approved legacy nursing programmes whilst simultaneously embarking on the accreditation process in order to be ready to offer the new Under-Graduate degree and Advanced Diploma in Midwifery and Neonatal Nursing as directed by the South African Nursing Council.


The Nursing Science Department is dedicated to the training and education of competent health care professionals through excellence in teaching, learning, research and community engagement in order to serve the health needs of our changing society

Vision Statement

To be a leading Nursing Science Department striving to epitomizing excellence in preparing students for the world of work (scholarly, public and private sector) in various contexts addressing the needs of communities through innovative ideas

Research Niche

The Department research areas focus on:

  • Women and Child Health
  • Gender-Related Violence
  • Evidence Based Practice
  • Unplanned Pregnancies/Reproductive Health
  • Maternal and Peri-natal Mortality


It is the belief of the Nursing Science Department at Sefako Makgatho University of Health Sciences that the product of the basic learner program in nursing leading to the registration as a nurse (General, Psychiatry and Community) and Midwife should, through community based education, guided by accompaniment and a culture sensitive approach, develop a scientific body of knowledge that will enable him/her to implement the nursing process skilfully while caring for patients, clients, their families and the community holistically.

  • Scientific knowledge: The body of evidence based scientific knowledge encompasses the preventive, promotive, curative and rehabilitative care in all age groups throughout the entire lifespan.
  • Facilitator: The department beliefs that the person charged with the guidance of students, must through continuing education, keep abreast with contemporary health and education issues affecting health care and higher education in relation to the social economic, political and cultural changes in the community.
  • Learner: A learner-centered approach is adopted. Guidance should be based on specific and cross-field outcomes for adult learning for excellence in nursing.
  • Process: The Department beliefs that an integrated adult learning approach will provide the learner with the optimal opportunity to develop the required competencies and professionalism, and that learning can take place under a variety of conditions, e.g. simulation. The department beliefs that a learner must have ample exposure to real life situations including technology developments and web-based learning.

The department beliefs that the curriculum must be relevant to the needs of the community at all levels in all settings within the primary healthcare context. Self-directed learning is embraced and promoted.

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Details of Sefako Makgatho University Nursing Science Contact Address

Academic Staff

Name Position Qualifications Specializations Tel. Extension Email
Mokoena, JD Associate-ProfActing (HoD) B Cur (I et A); M Cur; PhD; Assessor; Moderator Ethics & Professional Practices; Qualitative Research Methodology. 4664/4439 [email protected]
Sengane, MLM Associate-Prof M Cur; D Cur; Assessor; Moderator Advanced Midwifery & Neonatal Nursing Science; Qualitative Research Methodology; Social Related Issues. 4664/4474 [email protected]
Tlapu, MM Snr. Lecturer, (PhD) B Cur (I et A); B Cur Hons Psych; M Cur; MBA; PhD Advanced Psychiatric Nursing Science; Business Administration 4305/3513 [email protected]
Chetty, D Snr. Lecturer(D Cur) M Cur: D Cur; Assessor, Moderator. Advanced Psychiatric Nursing Science; Quantitative & Qualitative Research Methodology. 4305/5724 [email protected]
Madumo, MM Snr. LecturerPhD B Cur Hons; M Cur; PhD; Assessor; Moderator Occupational Health Nursing Science; Community Nursing Science; Qualitative Research Methodology; Model Construction. 4305/5724 [email protected]
Uys, BY Snr Lecturer(PhD) M Cur; PhD; Assessor;Moderator. Nursing Education; Medical Surgical Nursing Science; Evidence Based Curricula; Qualitative & Quantitative Research Methodology. 4305/3078 [email protected]
Malesela JM Senior Lecturer M Cur, D Cur, Assessor, Moderator Advanced Midwifery & Neonatal Nursing Science; Qualitative Research, Ophthalmic Nursing Science, Infection Control. 4305/3745 [email protected]
Black, MJ Senior Lecturer B Cur (I et A), M Cur,D Litt et Phil Pediatric Nursing Science; Community Nursing Science, Nursing Education 4305/4761 [email protected]
Randa, MB Lecturer B Cur (I et A); MPH, B Tech OHN; Assessor, Moderator Medical Surgical Nursing Science; Public Health; Occupational Health Nursing. 4305/3751 [email protected]
Mkhonto, FM Lecturer B Cur (I et A); M Cur Advanced Psychiatric Nursing Science. Qualitative Research Methodology; Community Engagement. 4305/4478 [email protected]
Ntsoele, MMN Lecturer M Cur; Medical Surgical Nursing Clinical Nursing Science; Medical Surgical Nursing; Quantitative Research Methodology. 4305/3039 [email protected]
Motswasele, LK Lecturer B Cur (I et A), B Tech OHN, M Cur Occupational Health Nursing Science; Community Nursing Science. 4305/3757 [email protected]
Khosa, KP (Mr.) Lecturer B Cur (I et A), M Cur Health Service Management 4305/5915 [email protected]
Contractual Appointments
Selaledi, BM Lecturer B Cur (I et A), M Cur Curriculum Development; Advanced Community Nursing Science; Quantitative Research Methodology; Immunization; HIV & AIDS. 4305/5913 [email protected]
Madalane, LD Snr. Lecturer(PhD) B Cur (I et A); M Cur; PhD; Assessor;Moderator Nursing Education; Qualitative Research Methodology; Model Construction; Community Engagement; Curriculum Development. 4305/5983 [email protected]
CTG Appointments
Phiri, LM Lecturer M Cur; Medical Surgical Nursing Science Medical Surgical Nursing; Trauma Nursing. 4664/3750 [email protected]
Nkhwashu, TE Senior Skills Facilitator B Cur (I et A), M Cur, PhD Indigenous Health Care; African Philosophy; Community Health Nursing Science, Clinical Nursing Science. 4305/3755 [email protected]
Mahlangu, ME Lecturer B Cur (I et A), MPH Public Health; Community Engagement 4664/3750 [email protected]
Mbokazi, CA Lecturer M Cur Clinical Nursing Science; Midwifery 4305/3748 [email protected]
Thobakgale, EM Lecturer M Cur Community Nursing Science; Psychiatric Nursing Science; Community Engagement. 4305/3750 Mokgobola.Thobakgale

Mudau, TS Lecturer M Cur Midwifery; Clinical Nursing Science; Health Service Management. 4305/3755 [email protected]
Ndlovu, PP Lecturer B Cur (I et A), B Cur Hons, M Cur, MPA Clinical Nursing Science; Public Health 4305/3748 [email protected]
Moloko, SM Lecturer B Cur (Ed. and Admin.), MPH Public Health; Clinical Nursing Science 4305/4477 [email protected]
Mokoena, AG Lecturer M Cur Public Health;Psychiatric Nursing Science 4305/4477 [email protected]
Chabedi, A Lecturer M Cur Psychiatric Nursing Science; HIV/AIDS; Occupational Health 4305/3755 [email protected]

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