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DENOSA demands that the government stop tendering for security services

Democratic Nursing Organisation of South Africa (DENOSA) President Simon Hlungwani, citing a sharp deterioration of the physical security of public sector health workers, demands that the government stop tendering for security services “and hire permanent security personnel.” [Pretoria News, 23 February 2017]

Source: peopleoverprof.it

NEHAWU and DENOSA marched to defend public services

The National Education, Health and Allied Workers Union (NEHAWU) and the Democratic Nursing Organisation of South Africa (DENOSA) marched to defend public services. Among their demands are the “freezing of vacancies in the public service and absorption of community healthcare workers.”

Source: www.denosa.org.za

NEHAWU plans five marches on budget day to highlight issues such as outsourcing

National Education, Health and Allied Workers Union (NEHAWU) delivered a memorandum to Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan before he delivered the 2017 budget speech. “According to NEHAWU General Secretary Bereng Soke‚ the issues to be raised during the day of national action [included], but [were] not be limited to, retrenchments and outsourcing‚ a demand for a higher minimum wage‚ the total scrapping of e-tolls and the full implementation of national health insurance. ‘The aim of this national day of action is to show the Treasury and government as a whole that we are not prepared to accept starvation wages‚ outsourcing‚ labour broking and private public partnership‚ he said.”