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Protesting staff shut down Eastern Cape hospital

Protesting staff shut down Eastern Cape hospital

2021-09-17 05:36:00 PM

Protesting staff shut down Eastern Cape hospital

Staff at All Saints Hospital near Umtata have shut down the facility, leaving patients stranded.

Eastern Cape health workers demand better payThey say they won't stop protesting until the money is paid.A patient who arrived at the hospital for treatment said she had to leave after not getting any help."Can the government please assist us and give the employees the money that was promised to them because the government is the one who made the promise," said Silviya Mdunyelwa.

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Yep I support them. Sorry for the patients but this government doesn't stick to promises. Want want want And these are supposed to be caregivers? All public servants are waiting for the gratuity. They should be charged for negligence should patients die or have complications, why neglect poor patients though?💔

Awu. And where are the patients now? Dora Ngidza what a hell hospital

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