Zimbabwean doctors reject government’s latest wage offer
The doctors, who earn less than US$100 a month went on strike on September 3, but more than double that salary is still not enough, they say
Harare — Zimbabwe state doctors that were fired for going on strike have rejected a government offer to return to work, their union said on Friday.
The doctors went on strike on September 3 to protest against poor wages, in some cases less than US$100 a month...
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