The Copperbelt University and the University of Zambia Great East Road Campus will reopen on 17th and 24th April respectively.
Higher Education Minister Dr Michael Kaingu made the announcement in Parliament this afternoon.
Dr Kaingu said the decision to reopen the two higher learning institutions was arrived at after assessment showed that four of the five conditions attached to reopening the universities have been met.
He revealed that the fifth condition was has not been met involves the conclusion of the disciplinary process against those students who were identified as ring leaders.
Dr Kaingu reiterated that students with disciplinary charges will not be allowed to report for school.
He also advised students to refrain from getting involved in politically influenced protests adding that their right to participate in politics should start and end with their right to vote.
Dr Kaingu further revealed that Government will present the Student Loan and Scholarship Scheme bill to Parliament before the current sitting adjourns sine die.
He also disclosed that there are 14 CBU students that are facing disciplinary charges while 9 UNZA students at UNZA have been identified as ring leaders of the recent riots.