Zimbabwe nurses join doctors' strike over unpaid bonuses

Health services in Zimbabwe are grinding to a halt after nurses joined a strike by doctors over unpaid bonuses. Army medical professionals have been called in, but are struggling to deal with the number of patients.

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    Health services in Zimbabwe are grinding to a halt after nurses joined a strike by doctors over unpaid bonuses.

    Army medical professionals have been called in, but are struggling to deal with the number of patients.

    Al Jazeera's Haru Mutasa reports from Harare.


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