EC nurse commits suicide after his contract was not renewed

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Denosa said the provincial health department should shoulder the blame for the nurse’s death. Photo: istock
Denosa said the provincial health department should shoulder the blame for the nurse’s death. Photo: istock

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Sivuyile Sikwe, Denosa’s acting provincial secretary, said the nurse was among hundreds of unemployed nurses and community service nurses who protested in March at the department’s offices in Bhisho. They were demanding to be re-employed after their contracts were not renewed.


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