“At the end of the day, it`s a good deal for all parties.” We are pleased that our state`s hard-working nurses and midwives have voted overwhelmingly in favour of the government`s offer on the Enterprise Agreement, which provides for exceptionally fair and reasonable wage increases and maintains current employment conditions,” said Mr. Lucas. The SANC calls on the public to remain calm and patient during this epidemic and asks the public to remember that during this epidemic, nurses work long hours and under severe pressure, while having families that worry them. The Council`s communication on this special concession was published in the government`s scoreboard on April 9, but it was important that the Ministry of Health had to notify the procedure first at the provincial level to ensure an online and streamlined restoration process. It is therefore important to note that this restoration process for this period will be done through the relevant services. B for example, the Ministry of Health, the Department of Corrections and South African Military Health Services. Nurses cannot restore separately for this process. The SANC has created a simplified recovery form to assist the relevant services in this process. After completing the form, the services will then provide the SANC with the same means with a list of all nurses that must be restored only for the national period of state of disastre. The completed form, which is available on the SANC website, must be filed with the relevant health ministries at the same time as the request sent in response to the announcement.
eRegister is a link to the Council of Nurses and Midwives` Electronic Nursing Registry, in which you can confirm the status and qualifications of established practitioners. The government will now go to the SA labour tribunal to formalize the agreement. “Our nurses and midwives are at the forefront of our COVID-19 response and deserve our thanks for their tireless work, often in difficult circumstances. 6. PERSAL DEDUCTIONS The signing of Resolution 3 of 2019 in September 2019 by the National Ministry of Health and the major unions of the Public Health and Social Development Works Council (PHSDSBC) implemented the persal deductions in 2020 for all workers entering the scope of the PHSDSBC.