Zimbabwe's 'Sacked' Nurses Return to Work
Thousands of Zimbabwean nurses have returned to work after ending a strike, their union said, adding that fresh negotiations were expected in their stand-off with the government. They have approached the High Court seeking nullification of Vice-President Constantino Chiwenga's decision to fire them for participating in a strike over low salaries and poor working conditions.
Harare Children's Hospital (file photo).
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