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gautengEWN reports that the Health Department in Gauteng says it is working together with the police and unions to ensure those responsible for the trashing of the Charlotte Maxeke Hospital during violent protests are brought to book.  

Last month, hundreds of workers went on a rampage over unpaid bonuses.  Speaking at a briefing on her department’s recovery plan in Ekurhuleni on Sunday, MEC Gwen Ramokgopa condemned the violence and said they were still working with police to ensure that the perpetrators of the violence at the hospital were brought to book.  Ramokgopa indicated that government remained committed to paying workers’ bonuses as agreed with the relevant unions.

  • This short report by Masechaba Sefularo is at EWN
  • Read too, SAHRC has Charlotte Maxeke strike in spotlight, at SA Labour News


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