Harare City Pays Nurses 8 Month Salary Backlog

HARARE Mayor Councillor Hebert Gomba says they have settled health workers’ outstanding eight month salary backlog following the demands by Zimbabwe Urban and Rural Council Nurses Association to have their wages increased. By Kudakwashe Pembere The aggrieved nurses want their salaries increased so that they would be cushioned against the prevailing economic meltdown. Cllr Gomba said they await the National Employment Council to approve the salary reviews. Our Council has paid eight months previously owed to our employees, we increased their salaries in the last month and are waiting for…

Share
Read More

Doctors Unfazed By Disciplinary Action

ZIMBABWE Hospital Doctors Association (ZHDA) says  Government’s firing of 77 doctors who declared incapacitation 64 days ago would bot stop the job action nor bring food on the tables of medical practitioners. By Kudakwashe Pembere In an interview, Zimbabwe Hospital Doctors Association treasurer general Dr Tapiwa Mungofa said they loved to continue negotiating. But the Health Service Board has shown that it is negotiating in bad faith,” he said. In a statement, the association for junior doctors said HSB had shot itself on the foot. “Whilst the Zimbabwean citizens and…

Share
Read More