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Apr 18

HOSPERSA CALLS ON PRESIDENT RAMAPHOSA TO ADDRESS COLLAPSED HEALTH SERVICE IN NORTH WEST

Hospersa has increased its calls for national intervention at the North West (NW) Department of Health (DoH) by writing to...

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Apr 18

HOSPERSA SLAMS NORTHERN CAPE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH FOR ONE-MAN AMBULANCE CREWS

Hospersa has critised the Northern Cape (NC) Department of Health (DoH) for operating one-man crew ambulances in close to twenty...

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Mar 18

HOSPERSA CALLS FOR A NATIONAL HEALTH INDABA

Hospersa has criticised the Department of Health (DoH) for the poor standard of health care services that millions of South...

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Mar 18

HOSPERSA SLAMS GOVERNMENT FOR LOW TB FOCUS ON HEALTH CARE WORKERS

Hospersa has critised government for the little focus given to the high prevalance of Tuberculosis (TB) cases amongst health care...

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Mar 18

HOSPERSA SAYS ESIDIMENI ORDER IS A HUMAN RIGHTS VICTORY

Hospersa has welcomed the Life Esidimeni arbitration order whereby government must pay R1,2 million to families of the mentally-ill patients...

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Mar 18

HOSPERSA NOT PARTICIPATING IN PLANNED HEALTH WORKERS STRIKE

Hospersa has distanced itself from the reported health workers strike scheduled to take place this coming Friday, 16 March 2018....

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Hospersa Trade Union

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 a signatory of the Public Service Charter, Hospersa ensures that it is an active social partner.

About Us

Hospersa represents members in every establishment where they are employed. The members elect shop stewards among themselves to represent them in the workplace.

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Who We Represent

Hospersa is a trade union for employees in the Public Service as well as in the private sector. Hospersa also organises members in nongovernmental organisations and parastatals.

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