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Government employees in Zimbabwe will strike for two days next week to press for their salaries to be paid in dollars, after a collapse in the local currency.
Civil servants will stay away from work on July 27 and 28, the Zimbabwe Confederation of Public Sector Trade Unions said in an emailed statement on Friday. The labor union is also demanding a halt to suspension of its members, it said.

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