Craven back from sick leave

2011-10-11 16:37

Johannesburg - Cosatu national spokesperson Patrick Craven is back at work following a period of sick leave.

"I'm glad to be back at work. I returned sometime last week," he said on Tuesday.

Craven was admitted to Linksfield Hospital in Johannesburg on September 19 while on leave from work. He underwent two operations.

  • farmworker - 2011-10-11 16:46

    What kind of news is this? You should have reported about my leave as well if you are running out of news to report about

      Atholl - 2011-10-11 17:21

      Farmworker Back from leave ... at last! Farmworker extraordinaire has returned from an extremely rare illness. He had a severe episode of MouseAnBlogAntitis which affects approximately 1% of the population. MouseAnBlogAntitis occurs when an animal of the human species spends an abnormally high amounts of time mandoeuvre-ing his computer mouse in and out of website Blogs in order to record (log) hopelessly insignificant information that will eventually end up in the rubbish bin. Farmworker has now fully recovered and will be pursuing new ventures - because that's what his horoscope has revealed (logged) on one of the websites.

  • Honestly - 2011-10-11 17:06

    Just like the members, always off sick. They use sick leave allocation to the fullest.

      Komasa - 2011-10-11 17:50

      Much like the old white 'railway' workers moron.

      Honestly - 2011-10-11 18:17

      Komasa, you ignorant tw@t. You guys will never get anywhere in the world because of mentality like yours. In my business the black workers are sick, lame and lazy. We are slowly phasing them out and replacing with people who want to work. Why is it that labour is so cheap in "non african" countries. Soon there will be no work then you all can be "off sick". You are the f@@@ing moron

  • Mlu - 2011-10-11 17:55

    Surprisingly, he went to Linksfield Hospital. He avoided the nationalised JHB Gen.

  • Motho - 2011-10-11 18:03

    Welcome Cde Patrick, a dedicated cadre!

  • farmworker - 2011-10-11 18:08

    I like the article though because it is straight to the point and I clearly understood it. This is a good example of comprehension test for grade 12 pupil final exam during the Bantu Education. Answer All 11 Questions out of 100. Who was on leave? For how long was s/he on leave? Why was s/he on leave? Which hospital was he admitted to? Please state the quote about his/her feeling? When did s/he express those feeling? When was he admitted? How many operations did he go through? Who is national spokes person of cosatu? Who is the guy in the picture? Is he fine now?

  • Stuartthom - 2011-10-12 07:59

    What???? did the comrade not go to the masses hospital??? why not ?

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