Doctors Unmoved By The Government’s Decision To Fire Them

The striking physicians’s representative have said the government is negotiating in bad faith and clearly doesn’t care about the healthcare system of the country.

This was said by the Zimbabwe Hospital Doctors Association’s(ZHDA) Tapiwa Mungofa who said:

In doing so we maintain that we have not committed any crime by being broke. We eagerly wait to see how this move which defies all common sense will serve as a solution the already strained healthcare system.

Nothing has been done to improve the welfare of doctors and hospitals working environments therefore doctors nationwide remain incapacitated

The doctors have been on strike for 64 days and yesterday the govt decided to fire the striking doctors as a disciplinary measure.

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  1. I repeat my earlier comment. When the bigwigs needs medical attention, they seek it in other countries. But the government need services in their favour of the CIO and of the magistrates. Hence substantial salary increases have been awarded to these parties. What could be more blatant!

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