CBU lecturers


end strikeUNIONIZED lecturers at the Copperbelt University have resolved to go back to work unconditionally, Labour Minister Fackson Shamenda

announced in Kitwe yesterday.

This followed negotiations between Union members representing academic staff and government in the afternoon yesterday.

Mr Shamenda said the Ministry of Education would however address the concerns raised by the lectures using normal channels.

He said this when addressed journalists at a Press briefing in Kitwe yesterday.

Union representative, Mwiya Songolo said the workers had resolved to go back to work in the interest of the nation.

And Education Minister Michael Kaingu is expected hold a press briefing today where he will announce the date for the re-opening of the university.

The Copperbelt University was closed last month after lecturer went on strike demanding the resignation of the university vice chancellor Naison Ngoma and the entire CBU

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