HARARE - There are fears that a strike by Zimbabwean doctors may collapse the country's health sector.
Medical staff are calling for better pay and improved working conditions for a second week now.
Doctors are demanding salaries in US dollars, saying local Bond Note cannot buy anything due to hyperinflation.
Current fuel shortages are also affecting operations as doctors struggle to get to work due to long queues at filling stations.
eNCA's Zimbabwe correspondent, Pindai Dube has more in the video above.