Co-ordinator, SADC Medicines Regulatory Harmonization (SADC MRH) Project
Sakhile Dube-Mwedzi is the Co-ordinator for the SADC Medicines Regulatory Harmonization (SADC MRH) Project. A pharmacist by profession and a regulatory scientist at heart, Sakhile has been involved with the project since 2015. Her role and responsibility are to support the Host Agency – the Medicines Control Authority of Zimbabwe, joint SADC/NEPAD Agency Secretariat and SADC Regulators Forum and coordinate overall project implementation, including ZaZiBoNa activities, across all SADC Member States.
She is an extensively experienced pharmaceutical expert and regulator with more than 25 years working in the pharmaceutical sector including but not limited to roles encompassing pharmaceutical regulatory consultancy; project management; and leading inspection teams to verify compliance with current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMP). A former head of the inspectorate at the Medicines Control Authority of Zimbabwe, Sakhile has inspected over 200 pharma manufacturing facilities.