Parirenyatwa Doctor Who Was 'Forced' To Resign Now Working With Koreans
An ex-doctor at Parirenyatwa hospital, Dr Noah Madziva, who resigned after he was ordered to appear before a disciplinary committee last month is now working with South Koreans on a different project.
This was revealed by award-winning journalist and social commentator, Hopewell Chin’ono. He wrote:
At Parirenyatwa 1 of the best surgeons in Zimbabwe Noah Madziva was forced to resign and today he is now found useful working with South Koreans in a different project.
Yet the public system which badly needs him lost his skills. Political Reforms will resolve that abuse of power.
Dr Madziva was accused of snubbing the Minister of Health and Child Care, Obadiah Moyo when he visited the hospital last month.
However, it was later ascertained that at the time of Moyo’s visit, Dr Madziva was in theatre operating on a patient.
He subsequently resigned from the Civil Service after he was dragged before a disciplinary hearing.