YOUNG NURSES INDABA TRADE UNION (YNITU)
RE: YNITU SG AND NURSE ACTIVIST (MDUDUZI) GRANTED BAIL.
SATURDAY, 24 JUNE 2017, 19:00
Nurse Leader Comrade Mduduzi has been released on bail from Sunnyside Police Station after an urgent bail application was granted. He is scheduled to appear in the Pretoria Central Margistrate Court on Monday. YNITU views the false and baseless charges levelled against its leader as direct attack on its militant and radical Nurse organization.
Cde. Ndlovu’s health remains a concern as his rights to basic healthcare were infridged upon throughout this process in the attempt to frustrate and discourage this fearless giant of Nursing Revolution. YNITU will be taking legal action in this regard.
Young Nurses Indaba Trade Union sincerely appreciates the support and solidarity from its mother body federation, SAFTU and all unions affiliated to the only federation that is the last hope of the working class. #OrganizeOrStarve
YNITU remains resolute and more determined to fight for the rights of Nurses and those who support Nurse practice in ensuring that Nursing in SA is decolonized and our people we serve receive superior healthcare services in our lifetime.
SANC has failed dismally in delivering on its functions and objectives since its inception. Sweetheart unions have watched this white elephant ill treating Nurses over the years even democracy and turned ablind eye, now YNITU is here and honeymoon has come to a screeching halt.
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