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Dr Letticia Mmaseloadi Moja

Dr Letticia Mmaseloadi Moja

Title: Non-Executive Director
Education: MBChB, MMed Obstets & Gynae, Advanced Management Programme For Health Professionals, MBA, Spalhe Assessor Course, Risk Management
Location: Parktown, Johannesburg

Dr Letticia Mmaseloadi Moja is a Non-Executive Director at The Aurum Institute and Specialist and Head of the Clinical unit, Rob Ferreira Hospital, Nelspruit.

She trained in MBChB at the University of Natal, MMed Obstets & Gynae at UNISA and obtained her MBA at the University of Free State.

Dr Moja started her professional career as an intern and medical officer and trainee specialist in 1983 after which she progressed to Specialist/lecturer then Head of Gynecologic oncology unit, Ga-Rankuwa Hospital; Vice Dean, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Free State; Dean Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Free State; Campus Principal and Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Medunsa campus, University of Limpopo.

Dr Moja served on various medical regulatory bodies – South African, African and the international bodies, she chaired the Medical and dental professions Board and the National Committee of Medical Deans and she also served on a number of Boards among them the Medical Reseach Council, Council for Higher education and South African chapter of the Medical protection society. She was also a panel member at the Academy of Science in South Africa for the consensus report on the revitalisation of clinical research and was an invited participant and session facilitator: Global Health Workforce Alliance.

Dr Moja's Research::

Student perception of the educational environment at the faculty of health sciences at the University of Free State.

Dr Moja's experience includes:

  • Leading the Medical and Dental Professions Board of the Health Professions Council of South Africa as chairperson for 4 years.
  • Managing a gynecologic oncology unit with its complex relationships with the medical and radiation oncology units. This also included teaching and training of both undergraduates and postgraduates.
  • Evaluation of specialists trained in Cuba and Tunisia for competencies required to practice in South Africa.
  • Management of a Faculty of Health Sciences with the complex relationships with various stakeholders including the Provincial and National health departments and the professional councils.
  • Leading a diverse team as the Dean of Faculty of Health Sciences at the University of the Free State.
  • Setting up and supporting a system for the development of black academics.
  • A comprehensive review of postgraduate medical training programmes through the accreditation process of the HPCSA.