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.


Ramaphosa criminally liable for deaths of 34 strikers, says Mpofu (14 Aug 2014)
Lawyer for the workers who were injured and arrested in Marikana in 2012, Dali Mpofu said Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa was criminally liable

Poachers face hot pursuit across borders (14 Aug 2014)
The South African Police Service is conducting hot-pursuit operations into Mozambique to catch and bring to book suspected rhino poachers

Investigation uncovers unlawful food labelling (14 Aug 2014)
Some of the countrys major retailers have been implicated in a food labelling scandal that could see consumers suffering from diarrhoea, vomiting and

Local debt to Eskom points to dire crisis (14 Aug 2014)
Municipalities debt to the embattled electricity utility Eskom has trebled to R10.8bn in nine months and is threatening to spiral out of control, say

Provincial, local government should raise own revenue, says HSRC (14 Aug 2014)
The implementation of fiscal decentralisation policies for the delivery of public services in South Africa has not resulted in more efficient

State sets lower target for good municipal audits (14 Aug 2014)
The government has set another target for municipal audit outcomes, hoping to increase unqualified audit opinions