Zambia: No Skirting Around Short Pants, Ripped Jeans

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University of Lusaka (UNILUS) has banned students from wearing inappropriate outfits while attending classes or engaging in other academic pursuits on or off campus, sparking uproar on social media platforms.

According to a notice dated March 24, 2021, accessed by the Times of Zambia yesterday, UNILUS students have been banished from wearing clothing with derogatory, offensive or lewd messages either in words or pictures.

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