Doctors, nurses and other health sector workers in Zimbabwe have put the government on notice that they’ll go on strike from Monday in protest against poor working conditions and remuneration. Health workers union Zimbabwe Health Apex Council said while it knows the strike could mean human cost, they cannot report for work because remuneration of healthcare workers is presently so poor that most health care workers can no longer afford the service they provide nor are they able to look after and fend for their families. This, News24 reports, after the government on Friday offered its employees a 100% salary increment, which meant the lowest earning government worker would take home an equivalent of N$1 600. An offer workers flatly rejected.