Unions decry ‘oppressive’ law that will jail doctors, nurses who call strikes

HARARE – Proposed amendments to the Health Services Act which will ban nurses and doctors from going on strike indefinitely, and impose jail time for agitating for strikes, have been condemned as “oppressive” by unions. The planned amendments were published in the Government Gazette on Friday and have now been sent to parliament. Health workers must give two days’ notice before a strike…


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