|Zimbabwe’s junior doctors have called off a three-week strike|
Zimbabwe’s junior doctors have called off a three-week strike, saying the government had partially met their demands, just one day before a one-day walk-out by other public sector workers.
The doctors downed their tools on February 15 demanding annual bonuses, an increase in on-call allowances and cheaper cars. Nurses joined the strike last week.
To deal with the absence of the doctors, the Zimbabwean government had deployed army medics to fill in during the strike.