The author, Olgett Kazimoto, has worked in the British National Health Service for over 22 years. He is qualified as a healthcare professional and has worked in Africa for hospitals jointly owned by the Anglo-American Corporation and the Government of the Republic of Zambia, under the company called Zambia Consolidated Copper Mines Ltd from 1990 to 1998 with brief assignments to the hospitals in the Republic of South Africa.
The author left Zambia in Africa to join the British National Health Service (NHS) in January 1999, where he worked in clinical and managerial roles and completed a number of postgraduate studies in healthcare and health service management.
The Journey of Duty: From Africa to Europe
Early life experiences of the author in the northern province of Zambia in Africa, and training in healthcare with subsequent employment in the mining industry healthcare owned jointly by the Anglo-American Corporation and the Government of the Republic
of Zambia, mark the beginning of the journey ...