African Traditional Medicine Week

As we celebrate African medicine week, it is important that we understand practice of African medicine in our society and the values therefore,

RIP Mr Ronnie Johnson

RIP President of the NPSWU, Mr Ronnie Johnson from the Public Health and Social Development Sectoral Bargaining Council

Celebrating Women’s Month

In commemoration of the thousands of women who marched to the Union Building in Pretoria, on 9 August 1956, August is celebrated as Womens' Month.
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Exco Chamber Management Workshop

The Council held its annual ExCo Chamber Management Workshop from 23 to 24 July 2015. The purpose of the workshop is to capacitate the new management of the 10 Chambers of the Council

Mandela Day Celebration

View the Programme Details from the Public Health and Social Development Sectoral Bargaining Council's Mandela Day Celebration 2015.

International Nurses Day

Marking the anniversary of Florence Nightingale’s birthday, International Nurses Day, is an appropriate way to pay tribute to the approximately 150 000 nurses that are employed in South Africa.

Worker’s Day – 1 May 2015

On 1 May 2015, we, South Africans will celebrate Worker's Day. This day, in effect, celebrates the role played by trade unions and labour movements, amongst others, in the struggle against apartheid.

Freedom Day – 27 April 2015

This day serves to commemorate our country’s first democratic post-apartheid elections, held on 27 April 1994. On this day, we, South Africans, elected Mr Nelson Mandela, through a free, fair and non-racial voting process, as our first president.

16 Days of Activism for no Violence against Women and Children

The 16 Days of Activism for No Violence Against Women and Children campaign encourages all South Africans to cease the violence against women and children for 16 days
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World AIDS Day

The theme of this year’s World AIDS Day is: ZERO STIGMA, ZERO DISCRIMINATION. There are 34 million people living with HIV worldwide, and 6.4 million of those are South African;