CBU lectures go on strike for non payment of November salaries

CBU lectures go on strike for non payment of November salaries

BY Lomphande Muzumi

The Copperbelt University Academics Union has suspended all academic activities due to delayed payments of their November salaries.

Yesterday, the Copperbelt University Academics Union threatened to boycott class today if their delayed November salaries are not paid and also accused university management of abrogating the law by not paying them on time.

In an interview with Phoenix News, Copperbelt University Lecturer’s Unions Spokesperson, Dr Derrick Ntalasha disclosed that the lectures have agreed to not attend class until their money is paid in full.

Further, Dr Ntalasha says this decision by the union is within the law and will be maintained until salaries are paid.

Efforts to get a comment from CBU vice chancellor, Professor Naison Ngoma over the matter failed by broadcast time as his mobile phone went unanswered.
PHOENIX NEWS

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