Saturday, November 29, 2014

Denosa in KZN concerned about threats to nurses

Lusanda Bill
29 November 2014

Democratic Nursing Organisation of South Africa in Kwa Zulu Natal said it is concerned by mass departure of nurses at Mpophomeni clinic.

Denosa Chairperson Sibonelo Cele said community members around Mpophomeni Township have been threatening nurses who don’t originate from Mpophomeni and who are employed at the local clinic to leave so that their own trained nurses could be employed.

As a result of these threats, of the 15 nurses who are based at the clinic, eight have since resigned on fears of victimization, leaving the clinic with only 7 nurses.

Cele said community members want nurses who are living in the area to work at the clinic and this is a concern for us as Denosa.



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