Nurses Strike: Govt Gives In To Nurses’ Demands

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The Zimbabwe Nurses Association (ZINA) has advised its members that the government has acceded to some of its requests following the threat by the nurses to go on strike for the second time in less than a month.

In a letter to its members, ZINA said,

15 April 2018

Time 2000hrs

GOOD EVENING CONIRADES

We are just coming from a meeting with HSB, MOHCC, Minister Parirenyatwa, Chief Charumbira, Ministry of Finance, Pastors, Elders, Priest(s) and ZINA Executive.

The employer promised to effect the following allowances by Thursday 19 April 2018:

Night duty allowance to be paid by the following grades DI -D4 at a rate of $217-$303 (unclaimable).

Standby allowance for Rural Health Centre Staff to be paid at a rate of $240 for grades C5 to D$ unclaimable.

Post Basic allowance $70 for one and $80 for two.

Grading and advancement arrears to be paid on the same date.

Rationalisation of allowances to be disclosed tomorrow

We are almost there
Aluta

From ZINA INFORMATION CENTRE

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