Our Team

Gift Mphefu (Pr Eng)

Managing Director

Gift Mphefu (Pr Eng) an electrical engineer by profession is the founder and Managing Director of Med-TechEngineers. He has been involved in the telecommunications, power systems engineering, electronics, and Healthcare Technology Management for over a decade. He previously worked for Vodacom, Ericsson Sub-Saharan Africa, where he was responsible for Professional Engineering Services. Gift also provided Advisory and Consultancy Services to a South African based Healthcare Technology Consulting firms. He holds a BSc Elec Eng, Certificate Course in Wireless Telephony, MEng (Engineering Management), and Post Graduate Diploma in Health Technology Management. Gift serves on the Ministerial Advisory Committee on E-Health (NDoH), he is registered as a professional engineer with the Engineering Council of South Africa (ECSA), a member of the Clinical Engineering Association of South Africa (CEASA), South African Institute of Electrical Engineers (SAIEE), and International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE).

Dr. Kgomotso Mogapi

Strategic Advisor

Dr. Kgomotso Mogapi is a medical doctor by profession, holding an MBChB. She has been involved in the both the public and private healthcare sector, now currently running a Women’s Wellness Centre.

Prudence Kekana

Strategic Advisor

Prudence Kekana holds a BSc Electrical Engineering, Post Graduate Diploma in Strategic Management and Corporate Governance and currently studying towards an MBA. Prudence is a qualified ICT professional with a solid experience in design of ICT solution architectures and configuration and support of ICT solutions.

Dr. Nkhensani Tlakula

Strategic Advisor

Dr. Nkhensani Tlakula holds a BSc and a Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery (MBChB) from MEDUNSA, he also holds a Diploma in Financial Management from Damelin.  Dr. Tlakula runs a successful private practice in Midrand and has practiced medicine in the Far East as well as at the Philadelphia Hospital in America. He has managed the Mmashela Investment and did most of his work in the procurement of medical equipment. He continues to manage his private practice on a part time basis (currently run by a permanent locum) while he also works as an entrepreneur on his several business interests.