Judicial strike which has been on-going for over two months is over following an agreement reached at a meeting with representatives of the striking staff, Chief Secretary to the President and Cabinet, Bright Msaka said Saturday.
Briefing journalists in the capital, Lilongwe on Saturday Msaka said all Judicial support staff will resume work on Monday.
Msaka said government has resolved the differences the Judicial striking staff and Malawi government had based on conditions that are favourable to both parties.
Justice Anatazio Tembo, chairperson of the working committee on Judiciary Conditions of service, who was part of the negotiating team declined to spell out the conditions that have led to the agreement.
The strike over new pay by 2,000 judicial workers has paralysed the judicial system in the country, with lawyers also condemning the government for not implementing the salary perks.