A ZNBC News Crew found students walking into the campus with bags and other belongings while others were seen going to various lecture rooms.
Copperbelt University Academics Union General Secretary Kawunga Nyirenda has confirmed that lecturers have gone back to work.
Dr. Nyirenda has however, reiterated that lecturers do not want CBU Vice Chancellor Naison Ngoma to return from his indefinite leave.
He says the lecturers’ position on the matter has not changed.
And CBU Students Union President Humphrey Mwenya has also says students do not want to see Professor Ngoma on campus despite government’s decision to investigate complaints against him.
Meanwhile University of Zambia Acting Vice Chancellor Professor Enala Mwase has disclosed that results for students at UNZA-Great East Road Campus will be announced after the Senate sitting next week.
Processor Mwase says students examinations are still in the marking process.
She explained that withholding of results is defendant on individual lecturer’s adding that their issue is being addressed by Education Minister Michael Kaingu.
Professor Mwase told ZNBC news in response to a question on when the results for students are going to be released.
Earlier, Professor Mwase officially opened a five day special training programme on strategic planning and Implementation for Deans, Directors from UNZA, participants from Cabinet office and colleges afflicted to the University in Lusaka.
She told the participants that the training is timely for the University of Zambia as the mid term review of strategic plan is underway.