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Dr Victor Ramathesele
Dr Victor Ramathesele
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Dr Victor Ramathesele started media work in 1988 when he was persuaded by Mr. Koos Radebe to host a weekly medical show at Radio Metro. Ever since, he has hosted healthcare talk-shows on Lesedi FM and Ukhozi FM.

He also pioneered a television health talk-show on SABC3 which he co-hosted with Bertha Charuma in 2002. He writes the occasional Sports Medicine column for The Sowetan newspaper.

Dr Ramathesele graduated with MB ChB from the University of Natal in 1985. He later obtained M Phil in Sports Medicine from the University of Cape Town in 1998 and completed the Management Advancement Programme (MAP) at the Wits Business School in 2002.

Victor worked in the Soweto clinics in the late eighties before setting up general practice in Katlehong and later Tembisa until 2000, when he joined the private sector.

In between these engagements he was the team doctor of South African premier league soccer side Jomo Cosmos and subsequently served in the same capacity for Bafana Bafana (the South African national soccer team) from 1992 to 2000.

He joined Human Dynamics, a corporate wellness company, as a medical consultant in 2000 which paved the way for tenure as Pharmaco-economics Manager at Novartis Pharma in 2002 and was later appointed as Market Access Manager.

In late 2003 he assumed his current position of Chief Executive Officer of a medical technology company.

Dr Ramathesele has served as Sports Medicine Instructor for Confederation of African Football (CAF) since 2000 and is also part of the South African Football Association (SAFA) Medical Committee.

He also represents the sports sector in the South African National AIDS Council (SANAC
Dr Victor Ramathesele started media work in 1988 when he was persuaded by Mr. Koos Radebe to host a weekly medical show at Radio Metro. Ever since, he has hosted healthcare talk-shows on Lesedi FM and Ukhozi FM.

He also pioneered a television health talk-show on SABC3 which he co-hosted with Bertha Charuma in 2002. He writes the occasional Sports Medicine column for The Sowetan newspaper.

Dr Ramathesele graduated with MB ChB from the University of Natal in 1985. He
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