From lab leader to manufacturer: Seisa's quest for change

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SELEBI PHIKWE: In December 2021, Charles Seisa who hails from Tutume, bid farewell to his role as head of the Palapye COVID-19 Molecular Biology Testing Laboratory, to embark on a journey fuelled by ambition and innovation.

In total, Seisa worked in government laboratories for 20-years.

The 49-year old founded Divine Call Investment (DCI) Pty Ltd, trading as Divine Medicinal Solution (DIMSOL). The business,s which manufactures medical devices, operates at the Selebi-Phikwe industrial site. CEDA disbursed funds for the business in 2020, but its operations were delayed by challenges in procuring machinery and efforts to meet regulatory frameworks set up by BOMRA. Operations then started in May 2023.

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