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protestEWN reports that on Tuesday the National Education Health and Allied Workers' Union (Nehawu) in the North West will march in Mahikeng against corruption and to call on Premier Supra Mahumapelo to take their demands seriously.  

Union members have been staging a go-slow, resulting in little to no work being done in the social development and health departments for several weeks.  The North West government has been plagued by growing complaints of corruption and its head, Mahumapelo, is seemingly at the centre of these allegations.  Now Nehawu says workers will march in the provincial capital to demand the end of corruption, better pay, performance management payments and improved working conditions.  Other organisations participating in Tuesday’s march will include the Democratic Nursing Organisation of SA (Denosa) and the Young Communist League.

  • Read this report by Masechaba Sefularo in full at EWN

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