NEHAWU

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NEHAWUNational Education, Health and Allied Workers' Union (South Africa)
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In the Transvaal six shop stewards and the husband of another shop steward were shot and killed by unknown assassins during the strike and in its aftermath, and at least six strike breakers were also killed (Fenichel 1992, NEHAWU nd).
While the government claims that basic pay increases have been responsible for a significant rise in government spending, the public employees' union (NEHAWU) blames increases in pay and benefits for management.
The past few months have seen increasing numbers of strikes by healthcare workers who belong to the National Education, Health and Allied Workers' Union (NEHAWU).
All the worker unions involved (the National Education, Health and Allied Workers' Union (NEHAWU), the Health & Other Services Personnel Trade Union of South Africa (HOSPERSA) and the Democratic Nursing Organisation of South Africa (DENOSA)) called for Quangule's sacking after a high-level Bisho delegation and a local parliamentary portfolio committee visited the hospital, promising to rectify matters with a detailed plan of action.
Teachers from the SA Democratic Teachers Union (Sadtu) and nurses from the National Health and Allied Workers Union (Nehawu) have continued picketing at schools, clinics and hospitals, leading to widespread shutdowns since August 18.
The group--the Budget and Expenditure Monitoring Forum (BEMF)--includes the Treatment Action Campaign (TAC), the Democratic Nursing Organisation of South Africa (Denosa), the National Education, Health and Allied Workers Union (Nehawu), the Southern African HIV Clinicians Society and the AIDS Law Project.
Eugene and Joan Stephenson, vice president of CUPE Ontario, recently spent time in South Africa working on voter education and restructuring programs with the National Education Health and Allied Workers Union (NEHAWU) of South Africa on a project sponsored by the Canadian Labour Congress (CLC) and the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA).
The reasons for the current National Education, Health and Allied Workers' Union (NEHAWU) strikes in the healthcare sectors in the North West and Gauteng provinces are primarily salary disputes, and non-payment of bonuses and salary increases.
The Izindaba review lends credence to longstanding speculation that hard-pressed provincial chief financial managers are panicking at their shrinking budgets, particularly after unions (mainly the National Education and Health Workers' Union, NEHAWU) won a 10% wage increase totalling ZAR69 billion over the 2015/16 financial year (part of a 3-year settlement).