Annual subscription fees process leaves nurses (and journo) frustrated

Nurses are being threatened with losing their jobs due to an archaic annual subscription fees process by the SA Council of Nurses. These allegations have been leveled by The Times reporter, Katherine Child.

The Council collects over R100 million in fees a year.

Child says the process isn't an online one and nurses still have to fax through and then wait to get their license posted.

They are then threatened with losing their jobs.

Katherine Child, The Times

There is one office in the entire country... and they don't answer their phones.

Katherine Child, The Times

Listen here to Child as she describes her frustration trying to get to the bottom of this...


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