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Gauteng Health urged to halt ongoing hospital strike

March 6, 2019
News  

Conflict has been mounting at the Dr Yusuf Dadoo Hospital in Krugersdorp where an unprotected strike has been ongoing since Friday.

#GPBudget2019 – all the health highlights

March 6, 2019
News  

After receiving a whopping R46.4-billion last year – the Gauteng Health Department will be receiving R50.8-billion this year.

Struggle continues for Gauteng health workers

March 15, 2018
News   OurHealth  

Community Healthcare Workers in Gauteng, despite having had long overdue back pay issues sorted out, say their struggles are not yet over.

Community Health Workers protest for better working conditions

November 12, 2016
News   OurHealth  

Community health care workers, unhappy about how they are treated by the Gauteng Department of Health, took to the streets on Tuesday and marched to the department’s offices to raise their concerns.

The more than 300 bikes recently distributed to the province's community health workers are the first of many, say the North West Department of Health

Community health workers demand more pay

January 4, 2016
Health Management  

Hundreds of Gauteng community health workers recently protested outside Gauteng Department of Health offices to demand stipend increases, annual leave and permanent employment.

The more than 300 bikes recently distributed to the province's community health workers are the first of many, say the North West Department of Health

North West community health care workers protest bikes, payment

The North West’s move to put more than 300 community health workers on bicycles has met resistance from workers and union representatives as they alleged they were never consulted about the bikes – and that they remain underpaid.

Free State protest for community health workers

April 1, 2015
Human Resources   News  

Bloemfontein recently came to a standstill as community health workers (CHW) and the Treatment Action Campaign (TAC) marched to the magistrate’s court in support of 118 health workers arrested in July last year.