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Zimbabwe’s ‘sacked’ nurses return to work

Thousands of Zimbabwean nurses returned to work on Monday after ending a strike, their union said, adding that fresh negotiations were expected in their stand-off with the government.

Thousands of Zimbabwe nurses call off strike

Thousands of Zimbabwe nurses who were sacked after they went on strike for better wages have been told to return to work by their union, in a bid to allow fresh negotiations with the government.

Unreasonable wage demands, strikes threaten economic recovery – Zimbabwean government

Zimbabwe warned on Thursday that a string of strikes threatened efforts to revive the economy after the ousting of Robert Mugabe, as a stand-off with striking nurses deepened.

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