Zimbabwe to Export Nurses

From empty sky Wed Jan 2 2013, 00:02:00

Zimbabwe is to begin exporting nurses to various countries, including "Europe, Australia and the Sadc region". Zimbabwean nurses have been working internationally for many years, many, in fact, supporting their families through Zim's era of hyperinflation and financial crisis. This, however, is the first time that the Zimbabwean government will take a direct hand in the process. It all began

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