Malawi: Lecturers resume work, but tensions persist

Lecturers in Malawi have resolved to return to work to end nearly a year of academic freedom protests during a long-running impasse with the government. But with tensions and mistrust persisting, lecturers have been firm about setting out the conditions under which they will resume classes. In an exclusive interview with University World News last week, the spokesperson of the Chancellor College Academic Staff Union, Jessie Kabwila, confirmed that lecturers were indeed returning to work as the new year started.
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15 January 2012