Court okays strike for  Mzuzu University staff,  threatens return of turmoil

The Industrial Relations Court  on Tuesday granted Mzuzu University Academic Staff  and suppirt staff permission to proceed with their industrial actionmzuni

Mzuzu University (Mzuni) academic and support staff are demanding better salaries and working conditions from the government. But government says it is strapped for cash and has no funds to address the demands.

The university staff argue that the issue of inflation and devaluation has forced them to demand pay rise.

Malawi is currently facing an economic turmoil.

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4 thoughts on “Court okays strike for  Mzuzu University staff,  threatens return of turmoil”

  1. John Mzunguwalira says:

    Tiyeni naoni amayesa kuyendetsa boma ndi masanje. Kuchinena kwa Muluzi
    Ma bungwe onse a boma Nurses council, poisons board, ma water board athandizani a mzuni. Kapena inu mukudya bho.CGpzp

  2. santana says:

    So mwakumana wopanda ndalama nokhanokha?

  3. Mphaka wa miyoyo9 says:

    Why is it that every thing has its price up when the salary is the same? Chimanga chadula. It has been raised by 127%. Fees zakwera primary , secondary mpaka university, rent anakweza, magetsi anakweza, madzi zinakwera, All in all, the cost of living has gone high. Ma passport anakwera such that sitingathawe!! Business anthu akulira. So u think anthu ndalama azitenga kuti ngati salary siikwera? CAn they survive? Bolako abwana alibe pulobulemu. Zonse amazipeza, za security ayi ali ndi mabody guard. Za mkazi ayi, amayi alipo omwe anamanga nawo ukwati ndi ndalama za boma, zakudya za boma, za rent ayi nyumba zambiri za boma kuchita kusankha, sadziwa kuti mafuta akwera kapena zinthu zakwera boma limawapangira. Umoyo wawo ndi nyatwa. Boma limawapngira chilichonse kupita kwa amerika kubwera pa ndege ya hayala. Komanso ku Americako ali ndi green card imene ili ndi health insurance and madotolo amakono

    Tifwenge nadi

  4. Unfortunately striking will benefit nobody. Working to elect a government who will govern in the interests of all the people and not just themselves might be a better action.

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