Hospersa professionally organises and serves to protect workers' interests and rights in the workplace. This is done in a democratic manner, free from employers' and political interference. As an active role player in a host of projects pertaining to health and welfare, Hospersa contributes to many publications. Watch this space for newsletters featuring Hospersa.


KZN's mystery R61m hospital bus tender (29 Jan 2015)
Durban - A tender for four mobile clinics in KwaZulu-Natal will end up costing taxpayers a "crazy" R61m - and only two of the units have been

Not enough incentives for whistle-blowers (29 Jan 2015)
THERE were not enough incentives for people to expose corruption, Deputy Public Protector Kevin Malunga said on Wednesday. "We have not really made it

Minister challenges unions on minimum wage issue (29 Jan 2015)
LABOUR Minister Mildred Oliphant on Wednesday urged organised labour to be clear on the common ground for the framework of a national minimum wage

SA’s rich ‘likely to bear brunt of expected tax increases’ (29 Jan 2015)
HAVING already announced a raft of austerity measures five months into his position, Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene now has to consider raising taxes

SAPS hits out at report of rising criminality within police (29 Jan 2015)
THE South African Police Service (SAPS) has hit back at the South African Institute of Race Relations (SAIRR) report on criminality within the service

Public services slashed, with some departments losing 4% (16 Jan 2015)
GENERAL public services budget allocations have been pared to the bone, with many government departments due to lose 4% a year