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• He has been a Traditional Health Practitioner since 1987-to date where he successfully
   trained more than 800 trainees at his school.  Of the trainees up to 500 graduates
   (branches) have trained Traditional Health Practitioners until now.

• In the Traditional Music, he was nominated as one of the top three (3) in Sepedi Category, 
   South African Traditional Music Awards (SATMA) held in Durban on 28 September 2008.

• He was the first black Traditional Health Practitioner who officially opened the Freedom
   Park in 2003.

• Ngaka Tsiane was a member of the Greater Moutse Town Council since its establishment 
   in 1995, through the then local authorities' elections.  He is also the first Mayor of this
   Council, who has been re-elected unopposed.  He is currently the Speaker of Greater
   Marble Hall Town Council.

• He was awarded a Certificate at Philadelphia Hospital in 2001 for voluntary traditional work.

• He has been awarded a Certificate for contribution towards a better life for all the
   communities in Moutse Town Council issued on the 24th of November 2000.

• He has been elected as a chairperson of Traditional Health Practitioners in the
   Sekhukhune District Council.

• He was awarded a Certificate of Competency in effective public speaking skills by UNISA.

• He was awarded with the Certificate of Encouragement for culture in 2001 by the
   Moutse Community Radio Station.

• He attended IKASA workshops, THPs conference at Mtata (Eastern Cape) from
   1-13 October 2005.

• He is a chairperson for Marble Hall branch for Traditional Health Practitioners with
   14 wards, chairperson of Sekhukhune District Traditional Health Practitioners which
   has 5 municipalities and 113 wards.  


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