Nurses Call Off Three-Month Strike in Zimbabwe

Thousands of striking nurses have called off their strike over pay disputes and Covid-19 protective gear, three months after walking out of public hospital wards. According to Enock Dongo, president of the 15,000-member Zimbabwe Nurses Association, the nurses decided to end the strike to allow the newly-appointed health minister, Vice President Constantino Chiwenga, an opportunity to attend to their complaints. Earlier Chiwenga promised that the government would improve their salaries and working conditions.


Parirenyatwa Hospital (file photo).

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