The striking medical doctors have asked for additional time to engage with the employer following the expiry of 48 hour moratorium which they were given last week to go back to work with no questions asked.
The doctors said this extension will give them ample time
The striking medical doctors have turned down the financial assistance from Strive and Tsitsi Masiyiwa's Higherlife Foundation saying the time frame and terms and conditions surrounding the offer does not make it a viable long lasting solution to their incapacitation.
Higherlife Foundation offered to pay the
Zimbabwe Hospital Doctors Association (ZHDA) has defied the government's disciplinary action telling their employer that they will not be attending any of their hearings due to incapacitation.
The doctors, vowed to continue with their industrial action until government accedes to their demands.
Addressing the post cabinet press
The Zimbabwe Hospital Doctors Association (ZHDA) has revealed that the USD$1 Million secured by government towards procurement of medicines and equipment needed in public hospitals is not adequate to meet their requirements.
This comes after the government responded to the medical doctors who wrote to the Health
Zimbabwe Hospitals Doctors Association (ZHDA) has threatened to continue with their industrial action saying dialogue with government has not yielded any positive results.
Junior doctors, now in their second week of industrial action are demanding that government addresses the shortage of basic medication and their welfare.