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South African bishops decry strike by hospital workers

Catholic World News - August 23, 2010

The Catholic bishops of South Africa have asked striking hospital workers to “examine their own conscience and action seriously,” as a 4-day long strike has restricted access to health care. “We are horrified that care is being denied to the weakest and most vulnerable,” the bishops’ statement said.

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