On Thursday morning, June 16, tributes were given to Limpopo’s lone radiopharmacist, who passed away the previous evening as a result of a terrible vehicle accident. According to the information obtained by Tzaneen Voice, Tumelo “Melo” Ramoleta, age 29, was killed in a sad accident on Nelson Madela Drive when she collided head-on with a bakery truck.
During the memorial service held by Ellisrus district Hospital on Wednesday, she was referred to as a bright young lady who was much liked by a large number of people in the Lephalale area.
Because she was overcome with emotion, one of her friends was unable to complete the speech she had prepared to deliver because she was unable to continue recalling the moments she spent with her.
She brought attention to the challenge of transitioning from speaking of Tumelo in the present tense to the past tense. Violet Raphotle, one of her coworkers, praised her excellent and satisfying contributions to the team and lamented the department’s loss of a Specialist.
“She was so dependable and would execute her task so exactly and elegantly, paying good attention to detail and respecting time in addition to the other details,” Another coworker noted that they were calling her by the moniker “Zange Zange,” which was something that she enjoyed using every once in a while when she fooled around with her friends and colleagues at work.
She was the first and only qualified Radiopharmacist in the province of Limpopo, as stated by the department of health in Limpopo, and she had three publications, which were titled “Mouth and oral preparations,” “an overview of Ivabradine,” and “Patient adherence to comprehending instructions.” Her duty station was at Ellisrus Pharmacy, and she was scheduled to report to Mankweng in order to provide her knowledge of radio pharmacy. The interment of her remains will take place on Friday, June 24, in 357 Moshe Section Makotopong Village in Polokwane.