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NEHAWU In Gauteng To March To DPSA Tomorrow At 11 am In Pretoria

Thursday April 11, 2019

The National Education, Health and Allied Workers’ Union [NEHAWU] convened its 4th plenary session of National Executive Committee [NEC] meeting of the 11th National Congress on the 09th – 10th April 2019. The NEC considered the international context, national political and socio-economic situations including organisational assessment in particular matters affecting our members and the working class in general.

The NEC meeting began by pledging solidarity with the families and people of Malawi, Zimbabwe and especially Mozambique who have lost loved ones in the wake of cyclone Idai which has claimed more than 847 lives with the number set to rise as cases of cholera are on an upsurge. The national union holds a strong view that capitalism should be blamed for the catastrophe because it perpetually destroys the environment by destabilising the planetary ecological system which ultimately leads to unpredictable weather patterns.

NEHAWU IN GAUTENG TO MARCH TO DPSA TOMORROW AT 11AM IN PRETORIA Thursday April 11, 2019 The National Education, Health and Allied Workers’ Union [NEHAWU] Gauteng province will tomorrow morning march to the offices of the Department of Public Service and Administration [DPSA] to deliver a memorandum of demands to the Minister, Honourable Ayanda Dlodlo.

The aim of the march is to sharply raise the following issues:

· Full implementation of PSCBC Resolution 1 of 2018
· Abolishment of salary levels 1-3 and for the filling of all funded vacant posts
· Abolish plans to cut public service jobs and plans to phase out performance bonuses
· Equal pay for work of equal value
Details of the march

Date: Friday April 12, 2019

Assembly time: 11am at Marabastad [Old Putco Depot], the memorandum will be received by the Minister at the DPSA offices situated at 546 Edmond St, Arcadia, Pretoria

For more information please contact,
Cde Tshepo Mokheranyane, NEHAWU Gauteng at 082 455 2934
visit NEHAWU website at

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