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Saini for PSZ President 2020


To begin this write up, I would like to state from the outset that leadership has some enduring qualities, whether you're leading an army, or you're leading a school, you're leading a business, or you're in politics or even professional bodies like the PSZ. As I present my leadership style, I want to put across a critical question one retired US army General, Stanley McChrystal once asked and I quote, “How can a leader build a sense of shared purpose among people of various ages, education and skill sets?” my answer is as follows;

I come from President George Washington style of leadership, the father of the United States of America who I believe put it very well, and when someone asks me to describe my leadership qualities, I ll’ simply say; a leader has to LISTEN, LEARN, HELP, and then LEAD. Or simply put “Listen, Learn and Lead” in that order. That was his approach. And it has served me well over the years.

None of us has the monopoly of brains or ideas and therefore, I strongly encourage collaboration with others in order to allow inflow of a variety of ideas to achieve greatness. Am well aware that other people's ideas may have merit, and therefore I believe in taking advantage of the brilliance of others for the greater benefit of society. I understand that part of being a servant leader is listening to you the PSZ members.

I perfectly understand that one great norm of leadership is learning from your mistakes and other people’s mistakes in order to perform differently and better in future. Am always curious about new ideas, thoughts and concepts because I believe that though I may not completely agree with an idea being shared by a colleague, turning a blind eye, may turn out to be a missed opportunity. In fact, I always seek to stand in another person's shoes and learn their side of the story so well and sometimes reach a more beneficial compromise. I therefore will learn from those who have been down the same path I intend to take (Former PSZ Presidents) and also learn from all of you members of the profession.

As the saying goes; people don’t care how much you know, until they know how much you care. I truly believe that the source of any leadership success is not by a particular leader’s own knowledge or power but it’s more to do with one’s ability to rally people around a shared purpose. UNITY OF PURPOSE, and this is my agenda and it has been ably ingrained throughout my manifesto. We will be true to our campaign slogan by putting the led first in all we do (Pharmacy First). As honest servant leaders, it’s always important and we shall follow the golden rule “do to others as you would have them do to you.”

Finally, I would like to end with the true definition of a leader as embodied by President Washington just like many war heroes, the Medal of Honor recipients; ”it was not their titles or rank that distinguished their actions, it was their principled behaviors, their dedication to their mission.”

It's Certaine Victoire.....
Elect the BEST!!!.....

“Tried, Tested and Trusted Peritus"

Saini for PSZ President 2020


The world currently is facing a global public health THREAT (COVID 19) of significant (Health, economic and other factors) proportion. In such desperate times of disruption in services and (Commodities) supply chain management, organisations need leaders who combine DEMONSTRATED EXPERIENCE, VISION SETTERS, HIGH INTEGRITY, UNIFIERS and HIGH PERFORMERS. Simply put, the profession desperately needs a Captain with a safe pair of hands, with the above relevant attributes, in order to navigate the ship (PSZ), through all these stormy seas up to the docking port.

Truthfully speaking, although we possess great potential and a great pedigree of technical and academic abilities – we, sadly have allowed our potential to be tamed. We are currently a sleeping giant. We have allowed ourselves to be boxed into silos. There can be no better time to arise than now. We have every ingredient to succeed. We have both the desire and the ability to succeed and definitely we will succeed. This is the right time to shake this off, begin our teamwork and putting on the 5 values (Integrity, Loyalty, Courage, Service and Knowledge), step up and broaden our horizon to unlock the potential and offer the much needed leadership for the betterment of self, each other, the profession and for the public good.

YES, YOU the PSZ Members currently deserve the BEST;

A Leader who stands for PRINCIPLE.....

A Leader who cast aside ANGER for LOVE....

A Leader who UNITES us all behind shared VALUES....

A truly EXPERIENCED, industrious and pragmatic Leader....

In conclusion, my leadership will be anchored on the following; Loyalty to the profession and public good, transparency and integrity, fairness and respect for all members as equal stakeholders in the profession, teamwork with all members in delivering of the best Pharmacy practice in the next 2 years irrespective of the position or sector, objectivity and upholding the dignity of the profession at all times. I finally call on all members of PSZ to take a lead in making PSZ a stronger and relevant professional body that will not only serve and support its members but will also respond to the national health agenda and overall development.

It's Certaine Victoire.....
Elect the BEST!!!.....

“Tried, Tested and Trusted Peritus"

The future is bright


I present to you the transformational values that are meant to help us shake off the individual or solo approach to matters that has made our profession a shadow of its former self and ultimately create an enabling environment for unlocking value for members and desire for total participation and inclusiveness of all members of the profession young and old. They are 5 namely;

1. SERVICE to each other and the public for the greater good of the PSZ and the society;

2. LOYALTY to each other, our profession and the public for the good of the PSZ and the society;

3. INTEGRITY wherever we are even in the face of whatever situations we encounter;

4. COURAGE to step up and out of our comfort zones to raise the standards and value of the profession for the benefit of PSZ and the greater society;

5. Continuously seeking out opportunities to learn and share KNOWLEDGE with fellow health professionals as well as the general public.

It's Certaine Victoire.....
Elect the BEST!!!.....

“Pharmacy First - New Vision, New Direction”.

Our Choice Candidate


I have a track record in PSZ.
1. Vice President of PSZ; I have served the society at the highest level can assure members that once elected for the top job I won’t be having a learning curve in PSZ matters.

2. COMMITTEE Chairperson; Disciplinary Committee and PSZ COVID 19 Organising/Fundraising Committee.
Am a people’s person because I believe in working with people, through people and for the people and together with your support, we achieved a lot.

3. PSZ National COMMITTEES; I have served under many leaders in several national council committees over the years that includes among others; Finance and fundraising, Education, Strategy, AGM fundraising and Organizing, Awards etc.

4. SPONSORSHIP; Active branch member and sponsored branch and society activities from time to time.

5. STUDENT activities; I have taken part in training Pharmacists and other healthcare workers for the last 6 years and continue to do so, advocated for student’s welfare across all Pharma training institutions and for some sponsored or helped secure sponsorship for their various activities as well as opening up practice space for practice/attachment/apprenticeship and or internship in wholesale and community pharmacy practice.

6. MENTORSHIP; To new members of the profession and business start-ups.

It's Certaine Victoire.....
Elect the BEST!!!.....

“Pharmacy First - New Vision, New Direction”.

Saini for PSZ President 2020

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Our condolences, Prayers and fond memories are what we have to remember our dearly departed. We are honored and blessed to have known you Grace Msuku. You were truly a blessing in our life as Taizya Pharmacy Family, we will surely miss you.
Remembering your wonderful and gentle soul will forever remain in our hearts. May you rest in peace! Grace Msuku.

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While Many women are delaying pregnancy well into their 30s and beyond — and delivering healthy babies, today, I saw it fit to share the risks that come with late childbirth.
Understand the risks
The biological clock is a fact of life, but there's nothing magical about age 35. It's simply an age at which various risks become more discussion worthy. For example:

• IT MIGHT TAKE LONGER TO GET PREGNANT. Every female is born with a limited number of eggs which decrease in quantity and quality around the mid 30s. An older woman's eggs also aren't fertilized as easily as a younger woman's eggs

• YOU'RE MORE LIKELY TO HAVE A MULTIPLE PREGNANCY. The chance of having twins increases with age

• YOU'RE MORE LIKELY TO DEVELOP GESTATIONAL DIABETES. This type of diabetes, which occurs only during pregnancy, is more common as women get older.





• THE RISK OF PREGNANCY LOSS IS HIGHER. The risk of pregnancy loss — by miscarriage and stillbirth — increases as you get older, perhaps due to pre-existing medical conditions or fetal chromosomal abnormalities.

• While further research is needed, studies suggest that a man's age at the time of conception —his paternal age — also might pose health risks for his children.

Dr. Sikazwe


This is uncontrolled ejaculation either before or shortly after sexual penetration. It happens with minimal sexual stimulation and before the person wishes. It may result in unsatisfactory sex for both partners.

The causes of premature ejaculation are unclear.
• new partner.
• masturbating quickly during adolescence to avoid being caught by an adult,
• If it has been a long time since the last ejaculation.
• Performance anxiety, guilt, or depression
• Hormonal problems, injury, or a side effect of certain medicines.
• having too little sex;

Only individuals with lifelong PE with IELT( intravaginal ejaculation latency time)shorter than 1–1.5 minutes should require medication as a first option, along with or without therapy. For others, treatment should consist of patient reassurance, behavior therapy, and/or psychoeducation to explain that irregular early ejaculation is a normal variation.

A combination of medication and non-medication treatments is often the most effective

1. Self-treatment
• focusing attention away from the sexual stimulation
• purposefully ejaculating before sexual intercourse

2. Sex therapy
Uses techniques such as;
• Kegel exercises (to strengthen the muscles of the pelvic floor)

• stop-start technique" (to desensitize the man's responses) :During intercourse, as the man senses he is approaching climax, both partners stop moving and remain still until the man's feelings of ejaculatory inevitability subside, at which point, they are free to resume active intercourse.
• deep breathing, and whole-body massage.

3. Medications
These include selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs).
Ejaculatory delay typically begins within a week of beginning medication. The treatments increase the ejaculatory delay to 6–20 times greater than before medication.

• dapoxetine,
• paroxetine
• clomipramine.
SSRIs can cause various types of sexual dysfunction such as anorgasmia, erectile dysfunction, and diminished libido.

• Tramadol, an atypical oral analgesic, appears to be effective.
Desensitizing topical medications that are applied to the tip and shaft of the pen*s can also be used. These are applied "as needed", 10–15 minutes before sexual

• lidocaine and lidocaine-prilocaine
• Promescent

Please know this information is for education purposes only and is not meant to diagnose or to be used as a course of treatment without medical guidance. It is always advisable to see your doctor when you experience any symptoms that are unusual, unexplainable, or persistent.

Dr. Sikazwe
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FOOD POISONING(what to do)

Food poisoning is an illness caused by eating or drinking food or water contaminated with viruses, bacteria, toxins, parasites, or chemicals. Food can become contaminated at any stage during its production, processing or cooking.

The symptoms of food poisoning usually begin within one to two days of eating contaminated food, although they may start at any point between a few hours and several weeks later.
The main symptoms include:
• feeling sick (nausea)
• vomiting
• diarrhoea, which may contain blood or mucus
• stomach cramps and abdominal (tummy) pain
• a lack of energy and weakness
• loss of appetite
• a high temperature (fever)
• aching muscles
• chills
In most cases, these symptoms will pass in a few days and and one makes a full recovery

Food poisoning can usually be treated at home without seeking medical advice. Most people will feel better within a few days.
It's important to avoid dehydration by drinking plenty of water, even if you can only sip it, as you need to replace any fluids lost through vomiting and diarrhoea.

One should also:
• rest as much as possible
• eat when you feel up to it – sticking to small, light and non-fatty meals at first (bland foods such as toast, crackers, rice and bananas are good choices)
• avoid alcohol, caffeine, fizzy drinks and spicy and fatty foods because they may make you feel worse
Contact your doctor if your symptoms are severe or don't start to improve in a few days.

If you experience any of the following signs or symptoms, seek medical attention.
• Frequent episodes of vomiting and inability to keep liquids down
• Bloody vomit or stools
• Diarrhea for more than three days
• Extreme pain or severe abdominal cramping
• An oral temperature higher than (38.6 C)
• Signs or symptoms of dehydration — excessive thirst, dry mouth, little or no urination, severe weakness, dizziness, or lightheadedness
• Neurological symptoms such as blurry vision, muscle weakness and tingling in the arms

Please know this information is for education purposes only and is not meant to diagnose or to be used as a course of treatment without medical guidance. It is always advisable to see your doctor when you experience any symptoms that are unusual, unexplainable, or persistent.

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