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UNZA senate to meet next week to discuss release of student’s results

General News UNZA senate to meet next week to discuss release of student’s results

Zone six Game Village at UNZA
Zone six Game Village at UNZA

University of Zambia (UNZA) senate is scheduled to meet next week to deliberate the dates lectures will release results.
Acting Vice Chancellor Enala Mwase said the board will discuss when the student’s results will be released and when the school will open.

Professor Mwase told ZANIS in an interview yesterday that the decisions made will be in line with the response from government.
She said the delay is as a result of financial problems.

Professor Mwase however said the Ministry of Education, Science, Vocational Training and Early Education has guaranteed management that government is working to resolve the problem.

Lecturers at UNZA threatened not to release results till the government pays what it allegedly owes the institution.

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