Rest in peace: The only radio-pharmacist in Limpopo was laid to rest, Here’s what happened. On the morning of Thursday, June 16, tributes were paid to Limpopo’s one and only radiopharmacist, who had died the night before in a terrible car accident. Tzaneen Voice found out that 29-year-old Tumelo “Melo” Ramoleta was killed when she hit a bakery truck head-on on Nelson Madela Drive. This was a sad accident.
At the memorial service held by Ellisrus District Hospital on Wednesday, she was called a smart young woman who was liked by a lot of people in the Lephalale area. One of her friends couldn’t finish the speech she had planned to give because she was too emotional to continue talking about the times she had spent with her.
She brought up how hard it is to switch from talking about Tumelo in the present tense to talking about it in the past tense. Violet Raphotle, one of her coworkers, said that she did great work and made the team happy, and she was sad that the department was losing a Specialist.
“She was so reliable and did her work so precisely and elegantly, paying close attention to details and being on time, among other things,” Another coworker noticed that they were calling her “Zange Zange,” which was a name she liked to use when she and her friends and coworkers wanted to mess around at work.
She was the first and only qualified Radiopharmacist in the province of Limpopo, according to the department of health in Limpopo. She had three publications with titles like “Mouth and oral preparations,” “an overview of Ivabradine,” and “Patient adherence to comprehending instructions.” Her job was at Ellisrus Pharmacy, and she was supposed to go to Mankweng to share what she knew about radio pharmacy. On Friday, June 24, at 357 Moshe Section Makotopong Village in Polokwane, her body will be laid to rest.