By Staff Reporter
UNIVERSITY of Zambia (UNZA) Vice Chancellor Luke Mumba says there is no truth in media reports that his university will start offering a Bachelor’s degree in Witchcraft.
Mumba says the program which UNESCO is funding will only offer Witchcraft as part of the subjects which will be taught under a Bachelor’s Degree In Intangible Cultural Heritage .
And a UNZA lecture Moffat Moyo who claims he is an expert in Intangible Cultural Heritage says he will soon explain how Witchcraft comes into the yet to be introduced Degree program.
Meanwhile, Minister of Religious Affairs and National Guidance Godfridah Sumaili says she has sent experts to determine if a Degree that teaches Witchcraft promotes a Christian identity of Zambia.
And former minister Katele Kalumba has said there is nothing wrong with learning how to undertake nature provided that there is no harm caused to people.
Kalumba says he has offered his services as consultant in the program funded by UNESCO.