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By IREEN MULENGA
The University of Zambia (UNZA) management has disassociated itself from the opinions and views expressed by its lecturer Sishuwa Sishuwa’s seditious article.
Dr Sishuwa has come under scrutiny following his article entitled, ‘Zambia may burn after the August elections-Here’s how to prevent this.’
The article was published in the Mail & Guardian of South Africa on March 22, 2021.
In a media statement, UNZA acting Head Communication and Marketing Brenda Bukowa said that Dr Sishuwa is currently not in active employment of UNZA.
“Since 2018 Dr Sishuwa has been and continues to be on an unpaid leave of absence outside the country. Therefore, his opinions and views in the mainstream and social media do not represent the official position of the University of Zambia.
“UNZA is non-partisan and is determined to live by its legal mandate and mission to continuously produce high caliber human resources for national development. The university has guaranteed academic freedom to its students and members of staff to challenge socio-scientific issues with the aim of generating new knowledge and solutions for the benefit of our country,” she said.
Dr Bukowa said that management will not be party to the abuse of academic freedom to advance personal agendas while using the name of the University to give credibility to such abuses.
She said that UNZA remains committed to its motto of “Service and Excellence”.