By Leroy Dzenga
Zimbabwe’s health professionals have decided against going on a full blown industrial action that could have crippled operations at Government health institutions.
Instead they have opted for a middle of the road approach, leaving room for negotiations which they say must be concluded within a week.
If the negotiations fail, the workers say they will down their tools.
Nurses and doctors in public hospitals said they will be working for only two days a week while giving negotiations a chance.
In a letter addressed to the Health Services Board, the health professionals urged Government to urgently look into their conditions of service.