Nurses strike: Chiwenga caught offside

HARARE - Vice President Constantino Chiwenga may have violated the law which he is supposed to be upholding by rushing to fire nurses in government hospitals for taking part in an industrial action without following due process, the Daily News can report.

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Comments (5)

What law does Chiwenga have to observe when people are dying? What happened to the special services clause which used to govern industrial action by nurses and others? When people are dying, the situation demand pragmatic action. I applaud Chiwenga's move because that's demanded of a leader under such circumstances. Even G40 is crying foul yet it was messing up with the whole country.

Innocent Matandamavi - 19 April 2018

Your comment just tells it all you are so stupid, recently the gvnt donated cars to the chiefs.... you are a fool my guy.. chi zanu chakakuwandira mumusoro umo,

Ads - 19 April 2018

Chiwenga is correct..... pamberi negood move our vice president coz vanhu vanofanira kuziva kuti nyika yedu yakamira sei.

Munyaradzi - 19 April 2018

makudzinga ava vakuda ma$1 kuty vaende kubasa muchitadza kudzinga vakaba mamillions emadollars kuAirzimbabwe. be serious cde general

mojamoja - 19 April 2018

PAMBERI MBERI NA GENERAL CHIWENGA ....PASS NEVASINAGNZISISE SEMANURSES NEVANODA KU STRIKA.....MUNYIKA MUSATI MAITA MARI,,,,,PAMBER NEKUZWISISA

dofo - 20 April 2018

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