A warning was issued to the members of the public regarding a fake poster that reportedly circulated in relation to a nurse from Tembisa who was gunned down by her lover and father of her children .. The warning was issued by the Democratic Nursing Organisation of South Africa as there was a reported poster whose aim was to scam the members of the public .
Relationships and marriages do not always end well when there is cheating involved. This has been shown by the incident that recently took place at a hospital where a nurse was allegedly killed by her partner The pictures below show nurses carrying one of their own at the hospital after she lost her life at the hands of the man she loves.
The Democratic Nursing Organisation of South Africa (Denosa) Gauteng Chairperson Mr Simphiwe Gada has an Imposter trying to scam people off of their money, the suspects as many tricks that they use against the unsuspecting ordinary members of our Society. Gada Shared Screen Shots on his Social Media Pages, this is definitely something that is not allowed in the investigations are going to be conducted in order to get to the bottom of this matter.
Angie Diale is a well-known Mzansi counsellor, whom is also an arbitrator and a Please step in host. She had a tough life growing up but she sworn not to let anyone else go through such pain in life. She is a mother and she was diagnosed with HIV after she gave birth to her son. She is one of those people whom are not afriad to talk about HIV and AIDS. She worked at Sandringham Gardens as a student nurse and then she worked at Johannesburg Hospital to further her nursing career. She is a founder of the Democratic
Denosa, the nursing union, wants a police officer who reportedly shot his colleague before turning the pistol on himself at Ekurhuleni's Tembisa Hospital to face the full force of the law. The officer is in serious condition at the hospital. "Denosa [Democratic Nursing Organisation of South Africa] calls on law enforcement agencies to ensure that, if the police officer recovers, he faces the full force of the law for the nurse's murder and for abusing the privilege granted to law enforcement officers to enter healthcare facilities with their guns," spokesperson Sibongiseni Delihlazo said.
It is said that Cyril Ramaphosa was Nelson Mandela’s preferred candidate to be his deputy when he was elected first president of the democratic South Africa in 1994. Chairperson of the Democratic Nursing Organisation of South Africa in Limpopo Lesiba Monyaki says they are worried about Mkhize being put on special leave at a time when the country is fighting the Covid-19 pandemic.
Pressure continues to pile up on President Ramaphosa to take action on the current situation that has seen the country surpassing the million mark in terms of Covid-19 infections. Its reported that the nurses have been highlighting that they are finding it hard to cope because of the increase in the number of admissions in hospitals. There has been a call that had been made by the Democratic Nursing Organisation of South Africa to the Government that the country should be placed on level alert two or three in
The Democratic Nursing Organisation of South Africa (DENOSA); has urged the public to beware of a scam; asking for donations on behalf of the nurse; who was fatally shot at Tembisa Hospital this week. DENOSA in Gauteng; has urged the public to beware of a scam; asking for donations on behalf of the nurse; who was fatally shot at Tembisa Hospital this week.
The Democratic Nursing Organisation of South Africa (DENOSA) in Gauteng has warned the general public approximately a scam seeking donations for the deceased nurse who become fatally shot at Tembisa Hospital this week. The nurse was shot seven time in the head and neck by means of her companion, a police officer.
Eastern Cape health department has suspended five nurses of the Glen Grey hospital in King Williamstown. It is alleged that the nurses refused to attend to a patient who had the coronavirus infection, and it led to the death of the patient. The nurses claim that the department did not provide them with adequate personal protective equipment (PPE) to handle patients with covid-19. According to the department, the nurses have been suspended to allow for proper investigation into the matter. The Democratic Nur
A nurse was found dead inside a toilet at Addington Hospital in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal police have launched an investigation. The health worker was found dead in the restroom last Thursday, who was reported to test negative for coronavirus, said the police spokesperson Captain Mobile Gwala. The provincial secretary of the Democratic Nursing Organisation of South Africa (Denosa) Mandla Shabangu said that the union was aware of the death of the 33-year-old and would wait on the investigation to unfold. "We hav
The have been rising cases in the north of America about the side effects of the vaccine.Patients have reported to feel weird after few days of getting vaccinated.And after tests were run, it was found that the vaccine is affecting the blood clots of the patients.
The Democratic Nursing Organisation of South Africa (DENOSA) in KwaZulu-Natal is highly disturbed by the continued rise of infection among health workers in the province. This follows the announcement that the General Gizenga Mpanza Hospital in Stranger on the north coast of Durban has stopped admitting patients to the hospital after laboratory confirmation of 16 positive COVID – 19 cases at the hospital involving nine mothers, two babies, four doctors and one nurse. The first known COVID – 19 case was