Zimbabwe doctors' strike enters second week

The strike is entering its second week with doctors asking for better working conditions.

    Doctors in Zimbabwe are striking for a second week over pay, working conditions and drug shortages.

    It's the first major labour dispute since President Mnangagwa took over.

    Many state run hospitals across the country are struggling financially. Junior doctors say it is frustrating working in them, with a lack of equipment and drugs.

    Al Jazeera's Haru Mutasa reports from Harare.


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