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Gauteng nurses unpaid for three months seek intervention from Premier Lesufi



Gauteng nurses are still unpaid

Gauteng nurses are still unpaid. These essential workers have been diligently serving under the Gauteng Health Department contract during the challenging times of the COVID-19 pandemic. They are facing a distressing situation as they remain unpaid for the past three months.

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Despite not receiving their wages, these dedicated healthcare workers are still expected to report for duty, highlighting their unwavering commitment to patient care and the public health system.

Also read: Gauteng Health Department Leaves Over 1,000 Unpaid Healthcare Workers Struggling Since April


In light of their predicament, the nurses have voiced their plea to Gauteng Premier Panyaza Lesufi, urging him to address the issue and employ them through the recent provincial recruitment campaign. They hope this employment opportunity will provide them with the much-needed financial support, security, and stability they deserve for their essential role in safeguarding public health.

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