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.
Hospersa at forefront of rolling out health sector HIV-TB response (29 May 2015)
Hospersa was awarded small-grant funding from USAID
Suppliers get blame for drug stockouts (28 May 2015)
HEALTH Minister Aaron Motsoaledi has hit back after reports that state hospitals and clinics are suffering severe "stockouts" of essential drugs
MPs grill commission on sanitised health services report (28 May 2015)
CAPE TOWN MPs grilled the Public Service Commission (PSC) on Wednesday on its findings about the state of public health services in four provinces
Solidaritys white blind spot (27 May 2015)
A while ago, a wild, exciting rumour reached my ears. Trade unions Solidarity and the National Union of Metalworkers of SA were in talks about
Women still carry burden of unpaid care work (27 May 2015)
London - In an era of unprecedented global wealth, millions of women are still consigned to work in low paid, poor quality jobs.
2015 INTERNATIONAL NURSES DAY ADDRESS BY HOSPERSA VICE-PRESIDENT: EDUCATION & TRAINING, JOYCE KUMALO (11 May 2015)
Today we celebrate the nursing profession on the birthday of its founder, Florence Nightingale. Given the opportunity to celebrate this day