Bulelwa Mamabolo joins Medipost Holdings


The seasoned human resources professional has been appointed as the group HR manager.

Group chief executive officer Noel Guliwe says Medipost Holdings welcomes new group HR manager Bulelwa Mamabolo’s fresh perspective and enthusiasm.

“We are very pleased to confirm that Bulelwa Mamabolo, who has a strong background in her field within the broader healthcare industry, has joined us in this key strategic position to lead the human resources functions within our group, encompassing Medipost Pharmacy, MediLogistics, Kawari Wholesaler and Distributor and the Medi Training Academy,” Noel says.

“We are certain our clients and colleagues will feel the benefit of her experience and expertise reflected throughout our operations in the months and years ahead.”

Bulelwa holds a BA (Hons) in psychology and a national diploma in human resource management, and as a keen advocate of lifelong learning, she has continued to expand her horizons with postgraduate courses, the most recent of which is a management and executive coaching course she completed through the University of Cape Town earlier this year.

She joins Medipost Holdings from Signa Group Shared Services, where she has served as group HR manager since 2018.

Bulelwa has gained experience in different facets of healthcare and the pharmaceutical industry, including as HR manager for Imperial Centurion, and fixed contracts at Adcock Ingram (Aeroton) and the University of the Witwatersrand (Wits) Health Consortium.

She says: “I am thankful for the warm welcome I’ve received, so I am enjoying getting to know my colleagues and this new environment. I have been in HR for quite some time in various industries and businesses, and I am always learning more in each context, and so I am excited about becoming more familiar with Medipost Holdings’ unique situation.”

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