Busa considering court action to make Covid-19 vaccines mandatory for all South African workers

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Business for SA health working group chairperson Stavros Nicolaou said the organisation was “entirely aligned” with Busa’s position. “There’s been too much focus on individuals’ rights,” he said. “What about other people's rights?”

Business lobby group Business Unity SA is considering court action in an effort to get Covid-19 vaccinations made mandatory for SA workers.

“The OHS [Occupational Health and Safety] regulations enable businesses to institute mandatory vaccination requirements in certain circumstances,” Coovadia said. “We think mandatory vaccination is critical to ensure as many of our people as possible are vaccinated, so that we can overcome the virus and get back to a semblance of a ‘new normal’,” he said.

If this was not the broad view, however, he noted there could be a risk of possible labour action — “which will be managed through the usual labour relations processes”.“We see no danger to workers if mandatory vaccination is introduced because this protects workers and puts us on the road to some form of economic recovery.”

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No u can't or u won't win😞

Why?

Im starting to wonder what is it in this vaccine now to forced it to the unvaxxed. Then whats going to happen to those who will refuse to comply with the court order if they win? Are they going to be killed or chased around be vaccinated forcefully.This is crazy It can't be right

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75% already don't have work 😒

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