Eight months later, still no pension for retired nurse, due to hospital’s failure

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After dedicating 41 years to the public health sector, Mavis Zulu's retirement has started on a sour note due to her employer's failures. Photo: Jaco Marais/Die Burger/Gallo Images
After dedicating 41 years to the public health sector, Mavis Zulu's retirement has started on a sour note due to her employer's failures. Photo: Jaco Marais/Die Burger/Gallo Images

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Zulu, a mother of four and grandmother of six, dedicated more than half of her life to the Barberton Hospital in Mpumalanga. She’s been left high and dry as her efforts to get answers about the delay in payment bear no fruit.

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