Fears for ‘Kidnapped Strike Doctor’ in Zimbabwe

Fears for 'Kidnapped Strike Doctor' in Zimbabwe
Fears for 'Kidnapped Strike Doctor' in Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe’s minister of health has asked the security services to search for Peter Magombeyi, the head of a doctor’s union, who disappeared on Saturday.

Union officials and human rights activists fear that he was abducted by the security forces.

Dr Magombeyi was the organiser of a doctors’ strike demanding better working conditions in the country where inflation is making it impossible for his colleagues to get to work as their salary has shrunk to $100 (£80) a month.

Health Minister Odabiah Moyo said the state security agencies would leave no stone unturned in their search for the acting president of the Zimbabwe Hospitals Association (ZHDA).


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