Higher learning in disarray 50 days into lecturers’ strike

Learning in public universities remains in disarray 50 days after the Universities Academic Staff Union (UASU) instructed lecturers to down their tools over stalled Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) talks. The latest strike that has affected the January-April semester was precipitated by a missed deadline for the negotiation of the 2017-2021 CBA,

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MUST READ: University dons continue with strike despite orders

University lecturers have defied a directive by the Employment and Labour Relations Court to call off the ongoing strike and instead stated they are going to appeal the ruling. Speaking during a press conference on Sunday, the Universities Academic Staff Union (UASU) Secretary General Constantine Wasonga said that the court should

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Teachers’ Strike Goes On, As Academic Year Nears Its End

Prospects of the lecturer’s strike being called off is far from over, at least according to Universities Academic Staff Union (UASU) Secretary-General Constantine Wasonga who has insisted they will only go back to work after receiving money. While speaking in Nakuru, Wasonga reiterated that they are not intending to call off

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University Lecturers Consider Going Back To School For 14.8b Offer

Universities Academic Staff Union’s (UASU) trustee George Osanjo has said that if added to the initial offer of Sh10 billion, the dons will be willing to resume duty.   “The position of the union has been that this Sh4.8 billion should be added to the initial Sh10 billion so that we have

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University Staff On Strike In Public Universities

The Universities’ Academic Staff Union (UASU), Kenya University Staff Association (KUSA) and The Kenya Union of Domestic, Hotel, Educational and Allied (KUDHEA) workers union, have directed their members to down their tools until the 2013-2017 Collective Bargaining Agreement is negotiated, signed, registered and its implementation schedule agreed on.   Addressing the press

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