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Construction on Pelonomi’s maternity ward to resume in March

Construction on Pelonomi Tertiary Hospital’s unfinished maternity ward is expected to resume in March 2022. OFM News reports, Health Minister Joe Phaahla says on the...

Bfn institution amends workers’ retirement age

A Bloemfontein higher learning institution has amended the retirement age of its staff. This follows the approval of changing the retirement age by the...

Strikes at TOSA College escalating

The situation at the TOSA FET College in Thabong in the Free State is escalating, as exams were disrupted at the Goldfields TVET College...

Nehawu currently preparing for a strike at the Department of Water...

The National Education, Health and Allied Workers’ Union in its national meeting of Water and Sanitation held on the 20th January 2018 was...

Cosatu leads Bfn march against corruption

Hundreds of people came together in Bloemfontein on Wednesday to voice their displeasure against alleged state capture, corruption and job creation in the country. The...

Pelonomi services back to normal

Services are back to normal after a strike disrupted services at Pelonomi Hospital on Monday. This comes after the healthcare workers, and members of Denosa,...

Eight Mediclinic Bloemfontein staff members attacked

Eight staff members from Mediclinic Bloemfontein were allegedly attacked on Thursday night by angry Nehawu protestors. The victims were allegedly attacked after knocking off...

We are not racist, says Mediclinic Bfn

Mediclinic Bloemfontein says contrary to statements in last week's Bloemfontein Courant, support service staff are not victims of institutional racism, but rather that the...

Nehawu workers at Mediclinic picket for better wages

Support services workers at Mediclinic Bloemfontein took their issues with management to the streets in a picket they arranged on Wednesday morning. The staff members,...

IN PICTURES : Workers’ Day March in Bloemfontein

A crowd of anti-Zuma workers disrupted the event to the point that Cosatu leadership made the decision to end it early on Monday‚ without...

Cosatu condemns May Day events in BFN

The President of the Congress of South African Trade Unions (COSATU), Sidumo Dlamini, says the issue of members forcing the federation to abort its...

Zuma leaves Bfn without uttering a word

President Jacob Zuma left Bloemfontein this afternoon without addressing the masses gathered at Loch Logan Park for the International Workers' Day. This came soon after the...

Unisa workers in Bfn take to the streets

Staff members from the University of South Africa (Unisa) affiliated to the Nehawu in Bloemfontein, have joined the countrywide strike over wage negotiations. Approximately 20...

Hillandale Hospital workers demand higher salary

A group of about 30 workers at Hillandale Hospital in Woodlands, Bloemfontein are on strike for higher wages. The Nehawu members, including nurses, caregivers, physiotherapy...

Staff strike at Manapo Hospital in Phuthaditjhaba

Staff at Mofumahadi Manapo Mopeli Regional Hospital in Phuthaditjhaba are currently on strike. All emergencies are being redirected to the overcrowded Dihlabeng Hospital in...

Workers’ protests continue at UFS

Workers from the National Education Health Allies and Worker’s Union (Nehawu) at the University of the Free State (UFS) went into a second day...

UFS workers down tools over salary increases

About 50 workers that belong to the National Education Health and Allied Workers’ Union (Nehawu) gathered to protest outside the University of the Free...

Maluti TVET college employees lost faith in their unions

The spokesperson for the disgruntled Maluti TVET College employees, Diphaphang Mofokeng, believes workers’ unions based on campus are failing them. According to him, they have...