Zimbabwe doctors' strike: patients bear the brunt of protests

In the midst of a strike by doctors demanding higher pay and better conditions, patients are suffering without treatment.

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    A month-long strike by doctors in public hospitals in Zimbabwe shows no sign of ending.

    The physicians are defying threats of being sacked in their campaign for higher pay and improved working conditions.

    And patients are struggling to get life-saving drugs.

     

    Al Jazeera's Haru Mutasa has more from Harare


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