The government and unions have been involved in the salary negotiations that took more than six moths to date. The government usually implements the salary increases on the 1st of April each year. With a signed agreement the increases have not implemented much to the disappointment of many workers who are struggling especially since they did not receive any increase last year.
Friday, 28 January 2022 : Beauty and Lifestyle Beautiful nurse on Twitter leaves her followers speechless by showing of her picture at work. Nurses make up a large part of healthcare workforce in South Africa, they play a huge role in hospitals and clinics. But most of the experienced ones are set to retire in the next 15 years from now.
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.
03 May 2022 by Alupheli... While the media and 'others' want to misdirect people to say it was the Sibanye-Stillwater miners who booed the president. Dr Alex Mohubetšwane Mogale Mashilo, spokesperson of the SACP has been consistent in saying, it is actually Public Sector workers (NEHAWU, DENOSA, SADTU etc) whose bargaining agreement the government reneged on, for the final 3rd year... those workers are angry and trust has been broken.
https://ewn.co.za/2021/11/26/protest-by-nursing-body-kick-up-appeal-for-better-pay-for-students?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter JOHANNESBURG - There have been reestablished calls by associations for better compensation for understudies. Individuals from the Democratic Nursing Organization of South Africa (Denosa) and its public understudy development have walked to the Tshwane Health Department locale workplaces and the South African Nursing Council.
JOHANNESBURG - Two worker's organizations addressing a critical number of South Africa's local officials said that they expected to obstruct the execution of the new compensation arrangement in the area. On Monday, government figured out how to get the help of more associations after Denosa and the Public Servants Association consented to the arrangement ensuring laborers a 1.5% compensation movement climb and month to month cash recompenses of over R1,000 for a year.
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.
It is sad to see gender based violence acts being done by people who are supposed to protect us. Police are the ones who should fight for the weak and helpless but they are doing the total opposite of that. It is indeed a cruel society. Police officers who engage themselves in such atrocities should be arrested and spend the rest of their lives behind bars.
https://www.sowetanlive.co.za/news/south-africa/2021-08-30-unions-want-ceo-of-hospital-fired/ Displeased worker's organizations in the wellbeing area in Limpopo are requesting that wellbeing MEC Phophi Ramathuba fire a medical clinic chief, who purportedly suspended authorities spontaneously and is being scrutinized for maladministration. Nehawu, PSA, Hospersa and Denosa kept in touch with Ramathuba and head of division Dr Thokozani Mhlongo last week, requesting that she act against the Groblersdal Provincial Hospital CEO Dr Lesiba Rashokeng.
https://ewn.co.za/2021/11/25/denosa-to-march-in-pretoria-to-highlight-challenges-nurses-face?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter JOHANNESBURG - The Democratic Nursing Organization of South Africa (Denosa) in Tshwane is relied upon to walk in Pretoria to bring issues to light around the issues confronting medical attendants. As the pandemic furies on, the association says that medical care laborers have been offered little help in the region as attendants deal with developing issues, including an extreme lack of staff, water supply interferences, helpless wellbeing in centers and the non-ingestion of specific attendants.
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.
Source: https://www.thesouthafrican.com/news/tembisa-hospital-shooting-denosa-gun-rules-department-of-health-latest-news-updates/ Nursing affiliation says there's a need to reevaluate allowing police to enter workplaces with guns following a going after Tembisa Hospital. The Democratic Nursing Organization of South Africa (DENOSA) has expected the Department of Health to help prosperity overall prosperity workplaces after an orderly was apparently shot dead by her accessory at Tembisa Hospital on Wednesday.
https://ewn.co.za/2022/05/20/denosa-blames-eastern-cape-health-department-for-nurse-s-suicide?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter JOHANNESBURG - Nursing association, Denosa, is accusing the Eastern Cape Health Department after a male medical caretaker ended it all supposedly because of joblessness. As indicated by the association, this is on the grounds that the division of wellbeing neglected to restore their COVID-19 agreements.
https://ewn.co.za/2022/02/10/denosa-calls-for-stricter-security-at-hospitals-after-nurse-murdered-at-work?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter JOHANNESBURG - Nurses' association Denosa has approached the Gauteng government to execute more tight safety efforts, banning police from entering medical clinics with their guns except if they had composed consent from their bosses. The association was important for the assignment that visited the group of 30-year-old medical attendant, Lebo Monene, who was gunned somewhere around her police officer beau on Wednesday.
https://www.iol.co.za/news/thembi-mthembu-remembered-as-a-dedicated-nurse-who-served-communities-in-mpumalanga-and-gauteng-f857de04-fbe7-45e9-be92-9480e2b9684a?utm_term=Autofeed&utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Twitter#Echobox=1650018126 "Not exclusively is her misfortune a catastrophe for the Mthembu family, however it is a significant mishap to the nursing calling, especially in the essential medical care administrations region where she was a key job player.
Tembisa Hospital Shooting: Denosa condemns the killing of a nurse by on-duty police officer partner.
Source: https://www.iol.co.za/news/south-africa/gauteng/tembisa-hospital-shooting-denosa-condemns-the-killing-of-a-nurse-by-on-duty-police-officer-partner-29944945-ca2c-4ffe-88c5-8d1553c970d2 Pretoria the Democratic Nursing Organization of South Africa (Denosa) said it denounces in the most grounded terms the deadly shooting of an attendant at the Tembisa Provincial Tertiary Hospital in Ekurhuleni on Wednesday. The Gauteng common Health specialists said that soon after 8am, the 30-year-old cop entered the medical clinic driving a State vehicle with blue lights on and left at the mishap and crisis office's parking area.
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.
You can go to jail for visiting Gauteng, unless you’re there for these reasons People are not allowed to travel in and out of Gauteng province. South Africa’s Covid-19 epicentre, is banned under Adjusted Alert Level 4 lockdown. The Democratic Nursing Organisation of SA (Denosa) on Thursday warned that nurses in Gauteng were overwhelmed, overburdened and at risk of burnout as Covid-19 cases in the country soared above 13,000 daily.
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.
The Democratic nursing organisation of south africa's provincial secretary in gauteng discusses the numbers and possible solutions. eNCA's anchor Jane Dutton has more. #eNCA Bongani Mazibuko secretary of Denosa states that. As we are seening more and more patients getting into the hospital And now that means that there is a demand for beds in the oublic sector and innthe private sector.