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Jun 21

HOSPERSA WELCOMES CHARLOTTE MAXEKE REOPENING AMID COVID-19 THIRD WAVE

Hospersa, a Union of more than 60 000 healthcare workers in the public and private health sector, has welcomed the move to reopen sections of the Charlotte Maxeke Academic Hospital in Gauteng as the country continues its fight against the COVID-19.
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Jun 21

HOSPERSA CONCERNED BY AILING DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH

Hospersa, a Union of more than 60 000 healthcare workers in the public and private health sector, has raised concerns about the current state of Department of Health embroiled in a corruption scandal, an acting Minister and the slow pace of the COVID-19 vaccination.
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Jun 21

HOSPERSA SECURES 4,5% SALARY INCREASE AT NETCARE

Hospersa, which is the majority Union at Netcare, has managed to secure an across the board (ATB) salary increase for its members by way of a compulsory arbitration. 
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May 21

HOSPERSA CONCERNED BY SLOW VACCINATION PACE

Hospersa, a Union of more than 60 000 healthcare workers in the public and private health sector, has raised concerns over the sluggish pace of the COVID-19 vaccination process.
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Apr 21

HOSPERSA SLAMS GOVERNMENT’s CALL FOR PUBLIC PROPOSALS TO RESOLVE SALARY DEADLOCK

Hospersa, a Union with more than 50 000 members in the public sector [predominantly in the Department Health and the Department of Social Department], has slammed the Minister of Public Service and Administration for making a call to the public to come up with proposals for resolving the current government-labour wage negotiations deadlock.
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Mar 21

HOSPERSA BLASTS LIMPOPO HEALTH FOR USING COVID-19 VACCINES AS A DISPUTE BARGAINING CHIP

Hospersa, a Union with more than 60 000 members in both the public and private health sector, has criticised the Limpopo Department of Health (DoH) for threatening to close down vaccination stations in the province if Hospersa and six other unions (NEHAWU, PSA, DENOSA, SAMATU, SAEPU and NPSWU) proceed with their planned strike action next week. The seven unions are in dispute with the Limpopo DoH over working hours after the provincial health department issued circulars with changes in shift rosters. The unions are now planning to go on a protected strike from 8 March 2021 to force the employer to withdraw the circulars and consult with them before making changes to employees working conditions. Hospersa has also condemned the Limpopo DoH for using Covid-19 vaccines as a bargaining chip to threaten members from exercising their rights to strike
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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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