Utyelelo kwizibhedlele zephondo ezikwimeko emaxongo

http://www.iol.co.za/ilisolezwe/iindaba/utyelelo-kwizibhedlele-zephondo-ezikwimeko-emaxongo-10177858 UMphathiswa wesebe lezempilo eMpuma Koloni uGqirha Pumza Dyantyi uzakujikeleza izibhedlele ezithile kwiveki ezayo, esabela kuthotho lwezikhalazo eziphakanyiswa luluntu mihla le malunga nemigangatho yezi zibhedlele. Kutshanje I’solezwe belibike i ...
Advocacy works for Canzibe after Prolonged HRH Crisis

Advocacy works for Canzibe after Prolonged HRH Crisis

After a period of prolonged HR crisis and on-going advocacy, today the MEC for Health in the Eastern Cape, together with the Superintendent-General, made a historic first time visit to Canzibe Hospital where they met with the traditional leadership, Hospital Board and the CEO to discuss the challenges plaguing Canzibe Hospital. As a result a co ...

Mnye kuphela ugqirha kwisibhedlele saseCanzibe

http://www.iol.co.za/ilisolezwe/iindaba/mnye-kuphela-ugqirha-kwisibhedlele-sasecanzibe-9928568 Mnye kuphela ugqirha kwisibhedlele saseCanzibe IINDABA / 22 JUNE 2017, 02:00AM / ABONGILE GINYA Isebe lezempilo eMpuma Koloni lithi liyisombulule inyewe yokunqongophala koogqirha kwisibhedlele saseNgqeleni.Oku kuza emva kwengxelo zakutshanje zokuba is ...

Rural Health Crisis Looms

Posted in The New Age , June 12 2017 Rural health crisis looms DESPITE a multibillion-rand investment by the government to improve access to quality healthcare in the country’s rural areas, an alarming shortage of doctors threatens to torpedo this intervention. Provinces affected by the doctor shortage include Gauteng, North West, KwaZulu-Natal ...
No time for emergencies

No time for emergencies

SA’s grandmothers are breadwinners in their old age, and their inability to access decent healthcare quickly impacts on their children,  grandchildren and their entire  communities. Health-e News’ Kim Harrisberg reports. http://www.news24.com/SouthAfrica/News/no-time-for-emergencies-20170507-2 Six elderly women sit inside a corrugated iron shac ...
ECHCAC welcomes undertakings to appoint three doctors to Canzibe Hospital by July 2017

ECHCAC welcomes undertakings to appoint three doctors to Canzibe Hospital by July 2017

Canzibe Hospital is a 120 bed hospital in Nqeleni area in the Eastern Cape. For some time, the hospital has experienced a severe shortage of doctors and rehabilitation specialists. The shortage has meant that outreach services were halted and remaining doctors overworked and under-supported. ECHCAC member, the Rural Health Advocacy Project (“RH ...
Cutting Human Resources for Health – Who Pays?

Cutting Human Resources for Health – Who Pays?

This report shows both the gravity and the complexity of the HRH crisis for rural communities in South Africa. While many of the challenges described affect health services at all levels and in urban and peri-urban areas as well, it is clear that rural South Africans are uniquely vulnerable to the effects of staffing cuts, and disproportionatel ...
Health-E Raises Alarm on Frozen Posts following RHAP Investigation

Health-E Raises Alarm on Frozen Posts following RHAP Investigation

The Big Chill: Health post freeze threatens services by Laura Lopez Gonzalez on February 1, 2016  in Health Funding, Health Management, News Facing a R9-billion shortfall just to meet salary demands, provincial health departments are freezing posts. Whether couched openly in memos or hidden between the lines of spiralling bureaucracy, staff fre ...
Causes, implications and possible responses to the implementation of staffing moratoria in the public health system in South Africa during times of budget austerity

Causes, implications and possible responses to the implementation of staffing moratoria in the public health system in South Africa during times of budget austerity

The purpose of this working paper is to draw attention to the causes, consequences and possible responses to the implementation of moratoria on the filling of posts within the health system. Human resource moratoria, also referred to as the ‘freezing of posts’, have become an increasingly common occurrence within the public health system over t ...