Swaziland Democratic Nurses Union spokesman Sibusiso Lushaba said Saturday that the strike for overtime wages would resume next week. He says police armed with rifles and batons tried to stop 400 peacefully marching nurses from protesting Monday and Tuesday ahead of the strike that began Wednesday.
Some 185,000 of Swaziland’s 1 million people are HIV positive, and 30,000 are receiving antiretroviral drugs.
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