Sister Brenda Lebitsa holds an Honor’s degree in Advanced Nursing from the University of the Free State. and is a registered Midwife, Clinical Primary Healthcare Specialist, and Occupational Healthcare Nurse Practitioner.

She has work experience of over 20 years in both public and private health care institutions. Upon completing her initial educational training in 1996, she was employed by Rosepark Private Hospital and later joined Netcare Private Hospital as a theater scrub sister. Thereafter she joined Medicross as a charge sister for a Community Healthcare Centre which was based in Heidedal Mangaung. The Entrepreneur has vast nursing experience amongst others, that includes Clinical and Medical Data Research; acquired from her employment at Quintiles and Parexel, where she executed her duties as a Clinical Data Specialist and Clinical Data Manager respectively.

Other career highlights worth mentioning includes her duties as a consultant for the South African Local Government Association (SALGA) in the portfolio of HIV & AIDS coordinator and later became Community Development Program Manager at SALGA.

Through her dedication, hard work and enquiring mind, she was appointed as an Acting Provincial Executive Officer until her departure in April 2013 , during her tenure in SALGA, she practised partime as a, Private Nurse Practitioner since 2010 in pursueing her dream of becoming an Entrepreneur in her field of study and passion.


Certificate in Comprehensive Care, Management and Treatment of HIV and AIDS with Department of Health in 2017.

Dispensing Certificate with Sefako Makgatho University in 2016.

Advanced Diploma in Occupational Health Nursing with UFS in 2015.

Advanced Diploma in Clinical Primary Health Care with UFS in 2013.

Certificate in HIV and AIDS with the University of Limpopo (Medunsa) in 2012.

BA Advanced Degree in Nursing majoring in HIV and AIDS with UFS in 2003.

Certificate in Basic Ambulance and First Aid, in 2001.

Advanced Healthcare Management with UFS in 1999.

Nursing Diploma (Genl, Psychiatry, Community, and Midwifery) with MANCOFS in 1996.