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Mbeya Kwanza FC vs Young Africans SC Starting XI

Mbeya Kwanza FC is one of the team participating in the Tanzania NBC Premier League.

On November 30, 2021, Mbeya Kwanza FC will take on Young Africans in another match. It will be held at the same time as the first game of the season.

Mbeya Kwanza FC is participating in the Premier League for the first time. The team has 7 points and is currently 10th in the championship league table while their opponent (Yanga) is leading the league having a total of 16 points.

According to Young Africans spokesperson Haji Manara, the squad that will face Mbeya Kwanza will not be much different from the teams that were scheduled to face other teams in previous Yanga games.

Yanga formation is also expected to be the same 4-4-2 with players like

Djigui Diarra – GOALKEEPER

Djigui Diarra

Djigui Diarra is a Malian footballer who plays as a goalkeeper for Tanzanian Premier League club Young Africans and the Mali national team.

Djuma Shabani – RIGHT BACK

Djuma Shaban

Yanga’s right-back is a Congolese who has been doing well in the league this season and even on his national team

According to Wikipedia Djuma was born in 1993 and is 28 years old.

Kibwana Shomari – LEFT BACK

Kibwana Shomari

In this match Kibwana Shomari will play as a left back defender, Shomari is one of the best defenders signed from Mtibwa Sugar on a two-year contract.

According to his club profile he is 21 years old born in 21 November 2000.




Bakari Nondo Mwamnyeto – CENTRAL DEFENDER

Bakari Nondo Mwamnyeto

Bakari Nondo Mwamnyeto is a Tanzanian central back defender and the team cptain for the Yanga SC who has done well for the past several seasons. He is also one of the defenders who has played the most matches in the first eleven of these two seasons.

His team profile shows that he is 26 years old born 5 October 1995.

Dickson Job – CENTRAL DEFENDER

Dickson Job

20-year-old Dickson Job is expected to play in this match as a midfielder, one of the best Young Africans midfielder signed from Mtibwa Sugar.

Mukoko Tonombe – CENTRAL MIDFIELDER

Mukoko Tonombe

Mukoko Tonombe is a Yanga player of Congolese origin who plays the role of midfilder. For this match he is expected to play as a central midfielder

Mukoko is one of the players that the coach has always trusted and used in various matches and proves to be effective

Jesus Moloko – CENTRAL MIDFIELDER

Jesus Moloko

Moloko is one of the midfielder who excels in his quality while being one of the youngest players in the team

All these wonders he does when he is only 23 years old

Bangala Litombo – ATTACKING MIDFIELDER

Bangala Litombo

One of the players who has been making Yanga SC fans happy this season. He is credited with his ability to strike and score goals on the pitch

Fiston Mayele – CENTRE FOWARD

Fiston Mayele

Another Congolese who is doing well in Yanga SC, Mayele has made a name for himself after scoring against Yanga traditional opponents “Simba SC” in the last kariakoo derby

Feisal Salum – ATTACKING MIDFIELDER

Feisal Salum

A Tanzanian-born player who has been playing for the Yanga Team for several seasons now. Feisal is also known as Fei Toto

He is the best player in the Tanzanian Premier League at the moment.

Farid Mussa – CENTRE FORWARD

Farid Musa

A player of Tanzanian origin who does well to his position on the field. He is one of the best players to be witnessed this season

Substitutions

Jahora, Bryson, Shaibu, Yassin, Mauya, Makambo, Kaseke, Yussuf, Ntibazonkiza

TCU Fourth Round Application 2021/22 Now Open

TCU Round Four application is March 2021/2022

The admission process for the academic year 2021/2022 has been completed for the Higher Education institutions in the country.

All the stakeholders who are enrolled in the various phases of the First-Degree in Higher Education in the country have been completed their admission procedures.

TCU FOUTH ROUND APPLICATION CLICK HERE

HLPC List Of Candidates For the License Exam in October 2021

The Tanzania Health Laboratory Practitioners Council (HLPC) has announced a list of candidates who will take the exams in October this year along with their respective centres.

Click Links Below to View the List

Certificate In Medical Laboratory Science (CMLS) First List

Certificate In Medical Laboratory Science (CMLS) Last List

Diploma in Medical Laboratory Science (DMLS)

Bachelor of Medical Laboratory Science (BMLS)

Read: Pharmacy Council (PC) Candidate List 2021

2022 Netflix Postgraduates Scholarship Opportunities For South Africans Citizens

2022 Netflix Graduate Scholarship Program for South Africa

Netflix is ​​the world’s leading entertainment streaming service, with more than 209 million paid memberships in more than 190 countries enjoying TV series, documentaries and feature films in a wide variety of genres and languages.  Members can view anything they want, anytime, anywhere, on any screen connected to the Internet.  Members can play, pause, and resume viewing, all without commercials or commitments.

In early 2021, Netflix announced its commitment to supporting black representation in the film and television industry for the creative ecosystem in South Africa.  Specifically, the company has committed to funding full postgraduate scholarships to higher education institutions in South Africa to support the formal qualification and training of aspiring black creatives in the disciplines of film and television.

Netflix has partnered with social investment fund management and advisory firm Tshikululu Social Investments as implementing partner/fund manager, with responsibility for successfully executing the project.

Netflix Graduate Scholarship Program, Scholarships Overview:

The scholarship is designed to provide financial assistance through full scholarships at partner higher education institutions in South Africa, as listed below, to support the formal qualification and training of aspiring black creatives in the disciplines of film and television.

Who should apply:

Postgraduate students pursuing one-year postgraduate studies in film, television and/or audiovisual-related degrees at one of the institutions listed below.

Black students, as defined by the B-BBEE Code of Conduct (Black, Colored or Indian).

Only South African citizens will be considered.

Undergraduate academic average of 60% minimum, must have studied between the years 2019 and 2021.

Self-funded students (students who have other scholarships or NSFAS funds will not qualify).

Partner Higher Education Institutions:

University of Cape Town

University of the Witwatersrand

University of Johannesburg

University of Pretoria

Durban University of Technology

Tshwane University of Technology

AFDA

Boston Media House

AACA School of Film and Acting

CityVarsity

Application Deadline: October 31, 2021

Apply here 

Nurses Salary in South Africa (2021 Updated)

The average nursing pay scale in South Africa (S.A)

In March 2019, the South African Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) reported that between May 2017 and May 2018, registered nurses earned an average salary of R 342,730 per year, an increase of 3.7% compared to last year.

Most nurses earn between R 48,690 and R 104,100 a year.  The median (median) salary for a nurse nationwide is R 75,510.

The world’s highest-paid nurses (the top 10 per cent of registered nurses) earned more than R 104,100.  This number is based on the workplace (hospitals, health centres, specialized units, etc.), geographic location, and speciality.

Among nursing professionals in South Africa are nursing assistants, Enrolled registered nurses, or registered nurses/staff nurses tend to have the lowest salaries, while the qualified registered nurses from the South African Nursing Council (SANC)  with relevant experience or professional nurses enjoy the highest salaries.

Nurse- Pay by Experience Level

A registered entry-level (RN) nurse with less than 1-year of experience can expect to receive a total compensation (including tips, bonuses, and additional payments) of R 211,478 based on 64 salaries.
An early career registered nurse (RN) with experience of 1-4 years earns an average total compensation of R235,347 based on 871 salaries.
A mid-career registered nurse (RN) with 5 to 9 years of experience earns an average total compensation of R 252,256 based on 566 salaries. 
An experienced registered nurse (RN) with 10 to 19 years of experience earns an average total compensation of R 278,866 based on 410 salaries. At the end of their career (20 years or more), employees receive an average total compensation of R316,157.

Which nurses get paid the most in South Africa (SA)?

To make your selection process a bit easier, this article will cover the best-paid nurse’s jobs and salaries in South Africa according to the South African Bureau of Labour Statistics (BLS). Although you are not advised to choose your career based on financial considerations alone.
With that in mind, below is a list of the highest-paid nursing job in South Africa.

1. Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist (CNRA)

How Much Do Certified Nurses Anesthetists Make?

According to the BLS, South African Nurse Anesthetists make an average salary of around $ 181,000 annually or about $ 87 per hour.
The salaries of an anaesthetist nurse in the top 10 per cent can reach $ 208,000 or more.

2. Neonatal Nurse Practitioner

How Much Do Neonatal Nurse Practitioners Make?

According to Salary.com, the average salary for a neonatal nurse practitioner in South Africa is about $ 125,000 annually or about $ 50 per hour.
Salaries for neonatal nurses in the top 10th percentile can reach $ 145,000 or more.

3. Cardiac Nurse Practitioner

How much do the staff of a Cardiology Nurse Make?

According to Salary.com, a cardiologist nurse in South Africa earns around $ 114,000 annually or about $ 55 per hour.
Salaries for heart nurses in the top 10 per cent can reach $ 129,000 or more.

4. Orthopedic Nurse Practitioner

How Much do Orthopedic Nurse Practitioners Make?

Salary.com says the average salary of an Orthopedic Nurse Practitioner in South Africa is around $ 113,000 annually or about $ 54 per hour.
Orthopaedic nursing salaries in the top 10th percentile can reach up to $ 127,000 or more.

5. Oncology Nurse Practitioner

How Much do Oncology Nurse Practitioners Make?

South African Oncology Nurse Practitioner earns about $113,000 per year or about $54 per hour.
Oncology nursing salaries in the top 10th percentile can reach up to $121,000 or more.

6. General Nurse Practitioner

How Much do Nurse Practitioners Make?

According to the South African BLS, General Nurse Practitioners generate an average salary of about $112,000 annually or about $53 per hour.
Nurse practitioner salary in the top 10th percentile can reach as high as $152,000 or more.

7. Family Nurse Practitioner

How Much do Family Nurse Practitioners Make?

According to Salary.com, the standard salary of a Family Nurse Practitioner is approximately $110,000 yearly or about $53 per hour.
Family nurse practitioner salaries in the top 10th percentile can reach as high as $128,000 or more.

8. Clinical Nurse Specialist

How Much do Clinical Nurse Specialists Make?

According to Salary.com, the average income of a Clinical Nurse Specialist in South Africa is about $108,000 per year or about $52 per hour.
Clinical nursing salaries in the top 10th percentile can reach up to $127,000 or more.

9. Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner

How Much do Psychiatric Nurse Practitioners Make?

The average income of a Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner is about $107,000 per year or about $52 per hour.
A South African Psychiatric nursing salary in the top 10th percentile can reach as high as $127,000 or more.

10. Pediatric Nurse Practitioner

How Much do Pediatric Nurse Practitioners Make?

The average salary of a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner in South Africa is roughly $107,000 per year or about $52 per hour.
Pediatric nursing salaries in the top 10th percentile can reach as high as $117,000 or more.