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Zari Hassan Opens Up A Health Academy In South Africa

Zari Hassan who’s a renown Ugandan socialite, a mother of five, a Musician, a TV presenter, entrepreneur, tourism ambassador resides in South Africa and runs a chain of schools including student hostels and other businesses still in the same country .

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and only that shows you that she has it all and therefore she has the capability to invest depending on the money she already earns from all those businesses.

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Mama Tiffah has opened up a nursing school in the republic of South Africa which she named Brookyln Health Academy, It’s a Private Further Education Institution dedicated to training Healthcare Professionals for the health industry of South Africa, it provides equal education opportunities, especially to students who do not have general access to educational institutions, to adequately prepare themselves for entrance into the local and international healthcare market.

On her facebook page, she said anyone can enroll, whether a South African or someone from a different country.

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