Striking Junior Doctors Bury Hatchet, Resume Work in Zimbabwe
The four-month long strike by junior doctors in Zimbabwe's major hospitals has ended with government refusing to give in to the medical staff's demands. Junior and middle level doctors at the country's state hospitals had been on strike to press for higher pay but the government insists it has no money to meet the demands by its workforce.
Junior Doctors End Strike, Back At Work
263Chat, 7 January 2020
Junior doctors have ended their more than hundred days industrial action and have resumed their duties at all public hospitals, Parirenyatwa Hospital Public Relations Officer Linos… Read more »
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