Billionaire steps in to end prolonged doctors’ strike

Billionaire steps in to end prolonged doctors’ strike

A billionaire businessman in Zimbabwe has offered to pay striking doctors to help end a months-long protest over grave hospital conditions. The doctors’ group has said it was encouraging members to embrace the offer and return to work. Telecom magnate Strive Masiyiwa said he would fund the doctors for six months through a fellowship program run by his Higherlife Foundation.

Timothy
Timothy
The
The 1 months

doctors don't work for free. a sign socialists need to wake up and realize.

Fin
Fin 1 months

Thx u.. Using ur money for the most noble of causes

Fin
Fin 1 months

What u clowns know bout Zimbabwe would collectively fit upon head of a pin... It's not a socialist country... It was once known as Rhodesia n was under minority white rule.. Can u spell apartheid.. N it's been thru hell plagued by malaria n tb.... It's economy in shambles due to hyperinflation...

Fin
Fin 1 months

Socialist countries put their Dr's thru medical school without putting them into extreme debt... But they also decided who gets that chance...

Rhokanth
Rhokanth 1 months

Zimbabwe has a GDP of $40 billion. This guy is worth $1 billion. Just a testament to how much power he holds.

david dindu
david dindu 1 months

socialist countries always pay healthcare workers less than those in manual labor. thats why you see many foreign doctors trying to go to the usa

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