#BREAKING: Doctors Face Disciplinary Action After Defying Court Order

STRIKING health personnel defied the Labour Court order of showing up at work this morning resulting in the Health Service Board threatening punitive measures as empowered by the court. By Kudakwashe Pembere Addressing journalists on Sunday, HSB Vice President Professor Auxilia Chideme-Mungofa could not reveal the type of action to be taken. It emerged that about 553 doctors went on industrial action since December 1. “Government is accordingly proceeding to institute disciplinary action against all health workers who participated in the unlawful collective job action,” she said. Justices Gladys Mhuri…

Share
Read More

LATEST: Court Orders Doctors To Report For Duty

Striking doctors are expected to show up for work without delay after the Labour Court on Saturday deemed their downing of tools illegal. By Kudakwashe Pembere With members of the Zimbabwe Hospital Doctors Association having spent 21 days not working and demonstrating, delivering the ruling Justice Gladys Mhuri, outlawed the strike. “Having listened to both parties’ submissions, the court found that the collective job action embarked on by the respondents and its members on the first of December 2018 is unlawful. This finding is based on the fact that the…

Share
Read More