Hospital Locks Out Nurses

Christof Maletsky, The Namibian (Windhoek), January 18, 2007 Windhoek - The Namibia Nurses Union (Nanu) yesterday described a threat of "grave consequences" made by Health Minister Dr Richard Kamwi to nurses as a "daydream" as the relationship between the two parties worsened. The management of the Windhoek Central Hospital (WCH) locked the nurses out of the chapel, where they were to hold their lunchtime media briefing yesterday, prompting the Nanu leadership to call them "unprofessional". Nanu said the doors to the hall were locked despite them notifying the management of the meeting - the second time it has happened. ... Hospital