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𝗩đ—čđ—Œđ˜„ đ—źđ—»đ—± 𝘀𝘁đ—Čđ—źđ—±đ˜† đ˜„đ—¶đ—»đ˜€ đ˜đ—”đ—Č 𝗿𝗼𝗰đ—Č: đ—–đ˜‚đ—żđ—¶đ—»đ—Ž đ˜đ—”đ—Č 𝗱𝘃đ—Čđ—żđ—»đ—¶đ—Žđ—”đ˜ 𝗩𝘂𝗰𝗰đ—Č𝘀𝘀 đ—Šđ˜†đ—»đ—±đ—żđ—Œđ—șđ—Č (𝗱𝗩𝗩)

𝗩đ—čđ—Œđ˜„ đ—źđ—»đ—± 𝘀𝘁đ—Čđ—źđ—±đ˜† đ˜„đ—¶đ—»đ˜€ đ˜đ—”đ—Č 𝗿𝗼𝗰đ—Č: đ—–đ˜‚đ—żđ—¶đ—»đ—Ž đ˜đ—”đ—Č 𝗱𝘃đ—Čđ—żđ—»đ—¶đ—Žđ—”đ˜ 𝗩𝘂𝗰𝗰đ—Č𝘀𝘀 đ—Šđ˜†đ—»đ—±đ—żđ—Œđ—șđ—Č (𝗱𝗩𝗩)

đ—ąđ—»đ—Č đ—Œđ—ł đ—ș𝘆 đ—Žđ—Œđ—źđ—č𝘀 đ˜đ—”đ—¶đ˜€ 𝘆đ—Č𝗼𝗿 đ—¶đ˜€ đ˜đ—Œ 𝗯đ—Č đ—œđ—”đ˜†đ˜€đ—¶đ—°đ—źđ—čđ—č𝘆 đ—łđ—¶đ˜ 𝗯𝘆 đ—Č𝘅đ—Čđ—żđ—°đ—¶đ˜€đ—¶đ—»đ—Ž 𝗼𝘁 đ—čđ—Č𝗼𝘀𝘁 đŸ°đŸ± đ—șđ—¶đ—»đ˜‚đ˜đ—Č𝘀 đ—Č𝘃đ—Č𝗿𝘆 đ—±đ—źđ˜†. đ—§đ—”đ˜‚đ˜€, đ—č𝗼𝘀𝘁 𝘄đ—Čđ—Č𝗾 𝗜 đ—±đ—Čđ—°đ—¶đ—±đ—Čđ—± đ˜đ—Œ đ—·đ—Œđ—¶đ—» đ˜đ—”đ—Č “#𝗩𝘄đ—Čđ—źđ˜đ—™đ—źđ—°đ˜đ—Œđ—żđ˜†â€ đ˜‚đ—»đ—±đ—Č𝗿 đ˜đ—”đ—Č “#Fđ—¶đ˜đ—»đ—Č𝘀𝘀Dđ—żđ—¶đ˜ƒđ—Č𝗿” Makungo Muyembe. 𝗝𝘂𝘀𝘁 𝗼𝗳𝘁đ—Č𝗿 𝗿đ—Čđ—Žđ—¶đ˜€đ˜đ—Čđ—żđ—¶đ—»đ—Ž 𝗜 𝘄𝗼𝘀 𝘄đ—Čđ—čđ—°đ—Œđ—șđ—Čđ—± 𝗯𝘆 đ˜đ—”đ—Č #Fđ—¶đ˜đ—»đ—Č𝘀𝘀Dđ—żđ—¶đ˜ƒđ—Č𝗿 đ˜„đ—”đ—Œ đ˜€đ—źđ—¶đ—±, â€œđ—łđ—Œđ—°đ˜‚đ˜€ đ—Œđ—» đ—Čđ—»đ—·đ—Œđ˜†đ—¶đ—»đ—Ž đ˜đ—”đ—Č đ—·đ—Œđ˜‚đ—żđ—»đ—Č𝘆 đ—źđ—»đ—± đ—»đ—Œđ˜ đ—Œđ—» đ—Œđ˜ƒđ—Čđ—żđ—»đ—¶đ—Žđ—”đ˜ 𝘀𝘂𝗰𝗰đ—Č𝘀𝘀, đ—łđ—Œđ—°đ˜‚đ˜€ đ—Œđ—» đ—°đ—Œđ—»đ˜€đ—¶đ˜€đ˜đ—Čđ—»đ—°đ˜† đ—źđ—»đ—± đ—œđ—Č𝗿𝘀đ—Č𝘃đ—Čđ—żđ—źđ—»đ—°đ—Č.” đ—§đ—”đ—¶đ˜€ đ—șđ—źđ—±đ—Č đ—șđ—Č 𝗿đ—Č𝗳đ—čđ—Č𝗰𝘁 đ—Œđ—» đ˜đ—”đ—Č 𝗱𝘃đ—Čđ—żđ—»đ—¶đ—Žđ—”đ˜ 𝗩𝘂𝗰𝗰đ—Č𝘀𝘀 đ—Šđ˜†đ—»đ—±đ—żđ—Œđ—șđ—Č (𝗱𝗩𝗩) đ˜đ—”đ—źđ˜ 𝗼 đ—čđ—Œđ˜ đ—Œđ—ł đ—Čđ—»đ˜đ—żđ—Čđ—œđ—żđ—Čđ—»đ—Č𝘂𝗿𝘀 đ—źđ—»đ—± đ—Żđ˜‚đ˜€đ—¶đ—»đ—Č𝘀𝘀 đ—Œđ˜„đ—»đ—Č𝗿𝘀 đ—łđ—¶đ—»đ—± đ˜đ—”đ—Čđ—ș𝘀đ—Čđ—č𝘃đ—Č𝘀 đ—¶đ—» đ˜đ—”đ—Č đ—Č𝗼𝗿đ—č𝘆 𝘀𝘁𝗼𝗮đ—Č𝘀 đ—Œđ—ł đ—Żđ˜‚đ˜€đ—¶đ—»đ—Č𝘀𝘀.

𝗔𝘀 𝗜 đ—Čđ—»đ˜đ—Č𝗿đ—Čđ—± đ˜đ—”đ—Č 𝗮𝘆đ—ș 𝗜 𝘀𝗼𝘄 𝗼 đ—șđ—źđ—» đ—Œđ—» đ˜đ—”đ—Č 𝗯đ—Čđ—»đ—°đ—” đ—œđ—żđ—Č𝘀𝘀 đ—œđ˜‚đ˜€đ—”đ—¶đ—»đ—Ž đ—”đ—Č𝗼𝘃𝘆 𝘄đ—Čđ—¶đ—Žđ—”đ˜đ˜€, 𝗼 𝗳đ—Č𝘄 𝘀𝘁đ—Čđ—œđ˜€ đ˜đ—Œ đ˜đ—”đ—Č đ—żđ—¶đ—Žđ—”đ˜ đ—źđ—»đ—Œđ˜đ—”đ—Č𝗿 đ—șđ—Čđ—ș𝗯đ—Č𝗿 𝘄𝗼𝘀 đ—±đ—Œđ—¶đ—»đ—Ž 𝗼 đ˜đ—żđ—¶đ—°đ—Čđ—œ đ—Č𝘅𝘁đ—Čđ—»đ˜€đ—¶đ—Œđ—» đ˜„đ—¶đ˜đ—” đ˜„đ—”đ—źđ˜ đ—źđ—œđ—œđ—Č𝗼𝗿đ—Čđ—± đ˜đ—Œ 𝗯đ—Č 𝗼 𝟼𝟬𝗾𝗮 đ—±đ˜‚đ—ș𝗯𝗯đ—Čđ—čđ—č, 𝗼𝘀 𝗜 𝘄𝗼đ—č𝗾đ—Čđ—± đ˜đ—Œ đ˜đ—”đ—Č đ—°đ—”đ—źđ—»đ—Žđ—¶đ—»đ—Ž đ—żđ—Œđ—Œđ—ș 𝘀𝗼𝘄 đ˜€đ—Œđ—șđ—Čđ—Œđ—»đ—Č đ—Čđ—č𝘀đ—Č đ—Œđ—» đ˜đ—”đ—Č đ˜€đ—Ÿđ˜‚đ—źđ˜ đ—șđ—źđ—°đ—”đ—¶đ—»đ—Č đ—œđ˜‚đ˜€đ—”đ—¶đ—»đ—Ž đ—¶đ—»đ˜đ—Čđ—»đ˜€đ—Čđ—č𝘆. đ—™đ—źđ˜€đ—°đ—¶đ—»đ—źđ˜đ—Čđ—± 𝗯𝘆 đ˜đ—”đ—Č đ—Čđ—Ÿđ˜‚đ—¶đ—œđ—șđ—Čđ—»đ˜ đ—źđ—»đ—± đ—Čđ—»đ—Č𝗿𝗮𝘆 𝗜 đ—Ÿđ˜‚đ—¶đ—°đ—žđ—č𝘆 đ—Žđ—Œđ˜ 𝗿đ—Čđ—źđ—±đ˜† đ—źđ—»đ—± đ—œđ—¶đ—°đ—žđ—Čđ—± đ—źđ—» 𝗱đ—č𝘆đ—șđ—œđ—¶đ—° 𝗯𝗼𝗿𝗯đ—Čđ—čđ—č, đ—źđ—»đ—± đ—¶đ—șđ—șđ—Čđ—±đ—¶đ—źđ˜đ—Čđ—č𝘆 đ—¶đ˜ đ˜đ˜‚đ—żđ—»đ—Čđ—± đ—Œđ˜‚đ˜ đ˜„đ—Œđ—żđ—žđ—Œđ˜‚đ˜đ˜€ 𝗼𝗿đ—Č đ—»đ—Œđ˜ 𝗼𝘀 đ—Č𝗼𝘀𝘆 𝗼𝘀 đ—œđ—č𝘂𝗮 đ—źđ—»đ—± đ—œđ—č𝗼𝘆. 𝗱𝗩𝗩 đ—¶đ˜€ đ—Œđ—łđ˜đ—Čđ—» 𝗰𝗼𝘂𝘀đ—Čđ—± 𝗯𝘆 𝘀đ—Čđ—Čđ—¶đ—»đ—Ž đ˜đ—”đ—Č 𝗿đ—Č𝘀𝘂đ—č𝘁𝘀 đ—Œđ—ł đ—Œđ˜đ—”đ—Č𝗿 đ—œđ—Čđ—Œđ—œđ—čđ—Č đ˜„đ—¶đ˜đ—”đ—Œđ˜‚đ˜ đ˜‚đ—»đ—±đ—Čđ—żđ˜€đ˜đ—źđ—»đ—±đ—¶đ—»đ—Ž đ˜„đ—”đ—źđ˜ đ—”đ—źđ˜€ đ—Žđ—Œđ—»đ—Č đ—¶đ—»đ˜đ—Œ đ˜đ—”đ—Č đ—œđ—żđ—Œđ—°đ—Č𝘀𝘀 đ˜đ—Œ 𝗮đ—Č𝘁 đ˜đ—Œ đ˜đ—”đ—Čđ—¶đ—ż 𝘀𝘁𝗼𝗮đ—Č. 𝗜𝘁’𝘀 𝘁𝗿𝘂đ—Č 𝘀đ—čđ—Œđ˜„ đ—źđ—»đ—± 𝘀𝘁đ—Čđ—źđ—±đ˜† đ˜„đ—¶đ—»đ˜€ đ˜đ—”đ—Č 𝗿𝗼𝗰đ—Č, 𝗜 đ—Œđ—łđ˜đ—Čđ—» 𝘀𝗼𝘆 â€œđ—±đ—Œ đ—»đ—Œđ˜ đ—°đ—Œđ—șđ—œđ—źđ—żđ—Č đ˜†đ—Œđ˜‚đ—ż đ—°đ—”đ—źđ—œđ˜đ—Č𝗿 𝟭 đ˜đ—Œ đ˜€đ—Œđ—șđ—Čđ—Żđ—Œđ—±đ˜† đ—Čđ—č𝘀đ—Č’𝘀 đ—°đ—”đ—źđ—œđ˜đ—Č𝗿 𝟭𝟬”. #đ—˜đ—»đ˜đ—żđ—Čđ—œđ—żđ—Čđ—»đ—Čđ˜‚đ—żđ˜€đ—”đ—¶đ—œ đ—¶đ˜€ đ˜đ—”đ—Č 𝘀𝗼đ—șđ—Č, đ˜đ—”đ—Č 𝘀𝘂𝗰𝗰đ—Č𝘀𝘀𝗳𝘂đ—č #đ—Čđ—»đ˜đ—żđ—Čđ—œđ—żđ—Čđ—»đ—Č𝘂𝗿𝘀 đ—Œđ—ż #đ—Żđ˜‚đ˜€đ—¶đ—»đ—Č𝘀𝘀 đ—Œđ˜„đ—»đ—Č𝗿𝘀 đ˜„đ—¶đ—čđ—č 𝘁đ—Čđ—čđ—č đ˜†đ—Œđ˜‚ đ˜đ—”đ—źđ˜ đ—șđ—Œđ˜€đ˜ đ—Œđ—ł đ˜đ—”đ—Č đ˜đ—¶đ—șđ—Č 𝘀𝘂𝗰𝗰đ—Č𝘀𝘀 𝘁𝗼𝗾đ—Č𝘀 đ˜đ˜„đ—¶đ—°đ—Č 𝗼𝘀 đ—čđ—Œđ—»đ—Ž 𝗼𝘀 đ—Čđ—»đ˜ƒđ—¶đ˜€đ—źđ—Žđ—Čđ—±, đ˜đ—”đ—źđ˜â€™đ˜€ đ—¶đ—ł đ—¶đ˜ đ—”đ—źđ—œđ—œđ—Čđ—»đ˜€. đ—Șđ—”đ—Čđ—» đ—œđ—Čđ—Œđ—œđ—čđ—Č 𝘀đ—Čđ—Č đ—Œđ˜đ—”đ—Č𝗿 đ—œđ—Čđ—Œđ—œđ—čđ—Č đ—Żđ˜‚đ—¶đ—čđ—±đ—¶đ—»đ—Ž đ—”đ—Œđ˜‚đ˜€đ—Č𝘀, đ—Żđ˜‚đ˜†đ—¶đ—»đ—Ž đ—čđ˜‚đ˜…đ˜‚đ—żđ—¶đ—Œđ˜‚đ˜€ 𝗰𝗼𝗿𝘀, 𝗳đ—čđ˜†đ—¶đ—»đ—Ž đ—łđ—¶đ—żđ˜€đ˜ 𝗰đ—č𝗼𝘀𝘀, đ—Žđ—Œđ—¶đ—»đ—Ž đ—Œđ—» đ—”đ—Œđ—čđ—¶đ—±đ—źđ˜†đ˜€, 𝗼đ—șđ—Œđ—»đ—Ž đ—Œđ˜đ—”đ—Č𝗿 đ˜đ—”đ—¶đ—»đ—Žđ˜€, đ˜đ—”đ—Č𝘆 𝘁đ—Čđ—»đ—± đ˜đ—Œ đ˜đ—”đ—¶đ—»đ—ž đ˜đ—”đ—Č𝘆 đ˜„đ—¶đ—čđ—č 𝗼đ—čđ˜€đ—Œ đ—±đ—Œ đ˜đ—”đ—Č 𝘀𝗼đ—șđ—Č đ˜„đ—¶đ˜đ—”đ—¶đ—» 𝗼 𝘆đ—Č𝗼𝗿 đ—Œđ—ż 𝟼 đ—Œđ—ł đ˜đ—”đ—Čđ—¶đ—ż đ—Żđ˜‚đ˜€đ—¶đ—»đ—Č𝘀𝘀. đ—›đ—Œđ˜„đ—Č𝘃đ—Č𝗿, đ˜đ—”đ—Č 𝗿đ—Č𝗼đ—čđ—¶đ˜đ˜† đ—¶đ˜€ đ˜đ—”đ—źđ˜ đ—șđ—Œđ˜€đ˜ đ—œđ—Čđ—Œđ—œđ—čđ—Č đ—ș𝗼𝗾đ—Č đ—čđ—Č𝘀𝘀 đ˜đ—”đ—źđ—» đ—źđ—» 𝗼𝘃đ—Č𝗿𝗼𝗮đ—Č 𝘀𝗼đ—č𝗼𝗿𝘆 đ—łđ—Œđ—ż 𝗼 đ˜„đ—”đ—¶đ—čđ—Č. đ—§đ—”đ—Č đ—łđ—¶đ—żđ˜€đ˜ 𝘆đ—Č𝗼𝗿𝘀 𝗼𝗿đ—Č 𝗳𝘂đ—čđ—č đ—Œđ—ł 𝗿đ—Čđ—·đ—Čđ—°đ˜đ—¶đ—Œđ—», đ—łđ—żđ˜‚đ˜€đ˜đ—żđ—źđ˜đ—¶đ—Œđ—» đ—źđ—»đ—± đ—șđ—Œđ˜€đ˜ đ—Čđ—»đ˜đ—żđ—Čđ—œđ—żđ—Čđ—»đ—Č𝘂𝗿𝘀 𝗼đ—čđ˜€đ—Œ đ—±đ—¶đ˜€đ—°đ—Œđ˜ƒđ—Č𝗿 đ˜đ—”đ—źđ˜ đ˜đ—”đ—Č𝗿đ—Č 𝗼𝗿đ—Č đ—łđ—Œđ—żđ—°đ—Č𝘀 đ—Œđ˜‚đ˜đ˜€đ—¶đ—±đ—Č đ˜đ—”đ—Čđ—¶đ—ż đ—°đ—Œđ—»đ˜đ—żđ—Œđ—č đ˜đ—”đ—źđ˜ 𝗼𝗳𝗳đ—Č𝗰𝘁𝘀 𝘀𝘂𝗰𝗰đ—Č𝘀𝘀.

đ—œđ—» đ˜đ—”đ—Č 𝗮𝗼đ—șđ—Č đ—Œđ—ł đ—°đ—”đ—Č𝘀𝘀, đ˜đ—”đ—Č𝗿đ—Č 𝗼𝗿đ—Č đ—łđ—Œđ˜‚đ—ż đ—čđ—Č𝘃đ—Čđ—č𝘀 𝗼𝗿đ—ș𝗼𝘁𝘂𝗿đ—Č, đ—œđ—żđ—Œ-đ—čđ—Č𝘃đ—Čđ—č, đ—ș𝗼𝘀𝘁đ—Č𝗿 đ—čđ—Č𝘃đ—Čđ—č đ—źđ—»đ—± đ—Žđ—żđ—źđ—»đ—±đ—ș𝗼𝘀𝘁đ—Č𝗿. đ—Źđ—Œđ˜‚ đ—°đ—źđ—»â€™đ˜ đ—·đ˜‚đ—șđ—œ 𝗼 đ—čđ—Č𝘃đ—Čđ—č đ—źđ—»đ—± đ—łđ—¶đ—»đ—± đ˜†đ—Œđ˜‚đ—żđ˜€đ—Čđ—č𝗳 𝗼𝘀 𝗼 đ—Žđ—żđ—źđ—»đ—±đ—ș𝗼𝘀𝘁đ—Č𝗿, đ˜†đ—Œđ˜‚ đ—”đ—źđ˜ƒđ—Č đ˜đ—Œ đ—șđ—Œđ˜ƒđ—Č đ—łđ—¶đ—żđ—șđ—č𝘆 𝘀𝘁đ—Čđ—œ 𝗯𝘆 𝘀𝘁đ—Čđ—œ. 𝗩đ—čđ—Œđ˜„ đ—źđ—»đ—± 𝘀𝘁đ—Čđ—źđ—±đ˜† đ˜„đ—¶đ—»đ˜€ đ˜đ—”đ—Č 𝗿𝗼𝗰đ—Č, đ˜†đ—Œđ˜‚ đ—»đ—Čđ—Čđ—± đ˜đ—Œ đ—șđ—Œđ˜ƒđ—Č 𝘀𝘁đ—Čđ—œ 𝗯𝘆 𝘀𝘁đ—Čđ—œ đ˜„đ—¶đ˜đ—” đ—”đ—źđ—żđ—± đ˜„đ—Œđ—żđ—ž đ—źđ—»đ—± đ—°đ—Œđ—»đ˜€đ—¶đ˜€đ˜đ—Čđ—»đ—°đ˜† đ—±đ—Č𝘃đ—Čđ—čđ—Œđ—œđ—¶đ—»đ—Ž đ˜†đ—Œđ˜‚đ—ż đ—žđ—»đ—Œđ˜„đ—čđ—Čđ—±đ—Žđ—Č, đ˜€đ—žđ—¶đ—čđ—č𝘀 đ—źđ—»đ—± 𝘀𝘆𝘀𝘁đ—Čđ—ș𝘀 𝗼𝘀 đ˜†đ—Œđ˜‚ đ—șđ—Œđ˜ƒđ—Č. đ—§đ—”đ—¶đ˜€ 𝗼đ—čđ˜€đ—Œ đ—źđ—œđ—œđ—čđ—¶đ—Č𝘀 đ˜đ—Œ đ—Čđ—»đ˜đ—żđ—Čđ—œđ—żđ—Čđ—»đ—Č𝘂𝗿𝘀 đ—źđ—»đ—± đ—Żđ˜‚đ˜€đ—¶đ—»đ—Č𝘀𝘀 đ—Œđ˜„đ—»đ—Č𝗿𝘀 đ—¶đ—ł đ˜†đ—Œđ˜‚ 𝘁𝗿𝘆 đ˜đ—Œ đ—·đ˜‚đ—șđ—œ đ˜đ—Œ đ˜đ—”đ—Č đ—č𝗼𝘀𝘁 đ—čđ—Č𝘃đ—Čđ—č đ˜„đ—¶đ˜đ—”đ—Œđ˜‚đ˜ đ—œđ—źđ˜€đ˜€đ—¶đ—»đ—Ž đ˜đ—”đ—żđ—Œđ˜‚đ—Žđ—” đ˜đ—”đ—Č đ—»đ—Č𝗰đ—Č𝘀𝘀𝗼𝗿𝘆 𝘀𝘁𝗼𝗮đ—Č𝘀, đ˜†đ—Œđ˜‚ đ—șđ—¶đ—Žđ—”đ˜ 𝗯đ—Č đ—Œđ˜ƒđ—Čđ—żđ˜„đ—”đ—Čđ—čđ—șđ—Čđ—± 𝗼𝘀 đ˜†đ—Œđ˜‚đ—ż đ˜€đ˜‚đ—œđ—œđ—Œđ—żđ˜ 𝘀𝘆𝘀𝘁đ—Čđ—ș đ˜„đ—Œđ˜‚đ—čđ—± đ—»đ—Œđ˜ 𝗯đ—Č 𝗿đ—Čđ—źđ—±đ˜†. đ—Šđ—Œđ—șđ—Č đ—”đ—źđ˜ƒđ—Č 𝗼đ—čđ˜€đ—Œ 𝗿đ—Č𝗼đ—čđ—¶đ˜‡đ—Čđ—± đ˜đ—”đ—źđ˜ đ˜€đ˜đ—źđ—żđ˜đ—¶đ—»đ—Ž đ˜„đ—¶đ˜đ—” 𝗼 đ—”đ˜‚đ—Žđ—Č đ—Żđ—źđ—»đ—ž đ—źđ—°đ—°đ—Œđ˜‚đ—»đ˜ đ—¶đ˜€ đ—»đ—Œđ˜ 𝗼 đ—Žđ˜‚đ—źđ—żđ—źđ—»đ˜đ—Čđ—Č đ—łđ—Œđ—ż 𝘀𝘂𝗰𝗰đ—Č𝘀𝘀.

đ—ąđ—» đ—ș𝘆 𝘀đ—Čđ—°đ—Œđ—»đ—± đ—±đ—źđ˜† đ—¶đ—» đ˜đ—”đ—Č “#𝗩𝘄đ—Čđ—źđ˜đ—™đ—źđ—°đ˜đ—Œđ—żđ˜†â€ 𝗜 đ—łđ—Œđ˜‚đ—»đ—± 𝗼 đ˜đ—żđ—źđ—¶đ—»đ—Č𝗿 đ˜„đ—”đ—Œ đ—Žđ˜‚đ—¶đ—±đ—Čđ—± đ—șđ—Č đ—Œđ—» đ˜đ—”đ—Č đ—łđ—¶đ—żđ˜€đ˜ 𝘀𝘁đ—Čđ—œđ˜€ đ—źđ—»đ—± đ—”đ—Œđ˜„ đ˜đ—Œ đ—œđ—żđ—Œđ—Žđ—żđ—Č𝘀𝘀 𝘀đ—čđ—Œđ˜„đ—č𝘆. đ—˜đ—»đ˜đ—żđ—Čđ—œđ—żđ—Čđ—»đ—Č𝘂𝗿𝘀 đ—źđ—»đ—± đ—Żđ˜‚đ˜€đ—¶đ—»đ—Č𝘀𝘀 đ—Œđ˜„đ—»đ—Č𝗿𝘀 𝗼đ—čđ˜€đ—Œ đ—»đ—Čđ—Čđ—± đ˜đ—Œ đ—Žđ—żđ—Œđ˜„ 𝘀𝘁đ—Čđ—źđ—±đ—¶đ—č𝘆, đ—¶đ˜â€™đ˜€ 𝗼đ—čđ˜€đ—Œ đ—œđ—Œđ˜€đ˜€đ—¶đ—Żđ—čđ—Č đ˜đ—Œ đ—ș𝗼𝗾đ—Č đ—œđ—żđ—Œđ—Žđ—żđ—Č𝘀𝘀 𝗳𝗼𝘀𝘁đ—Č𝗿 𝗯𝘆 đ—łđ—¶đ—»đ—±đ—¶đ—»đ—Ž đ—șđ—Čđ—»đ˜đ—Œđ—żđ˜€ đ˜„đ—¶đ˜đ—” đ—Čđ˜…đ—œđ—Čđ—żđ—¶đ—Čđ—»đ—°đ—Č đ—¶đ—» đ˜†đ—Œđ˜‚đ—ż đ—¶đ—»đ—±đ˜‚đ˜€đ˜đ—żđ˜†. đ—”đ˜ƒđ—Œđ—¶đ—± đ—œđ—¶đ—°đ—žđ—¶đ—»đ—Ž đ—șđ—Čđ—»đ˜đ—Œđ—ż đ˜„đ—”đ—Œ đ˜„đ—¶đ—čđ—č đ˜€đ—Œđ—łđ˜đ—Čđ—» đ˜‚đ—œ đ˜đ—”đ—¶đ—»đ—Žđ˜€ đ˜đ—Œđ—Œ đ—șđ˜‚đ—°đ—”, đ—łđ—¶đ—»đ—± đ˜€đ—Œđ—șđ—Čđ—Œđ—»đ—Č đ˜„đ—”đ—Œ đ—°đ—źđ—» đ—¶đ—»đ˜đ—żđ—Œđ—±đ˜‚đ—°đ—Č đ˜†đ—Œđ˜‚ đ˜đ—Œ đ—Œđ˜đ—”đ—Č𝗿 đ—¶đ—șđ—œđ—Œđ—żđ˜đ—źđ—»đ˜ đ—°đ—Œđ—»đ˜đ—źđ—°đ˜đ˜€, 𝗯đ—Č 𝗼𝗯đ—čđ—Č đ˜đ—Œ đ—źđ—»đ˜€đ˜„đ—Č𝗿 đ˜†đ—Œđ˜‚đ—ż đ—Ÿđ˜‚đ—Čđ˜€đ˜đ—¶đ—Œđ—»đ˜€ đ—Œđ—ż đ—łđ—¶đ—»đ—± đ—œđ—Čđ—Œđ—œđ—čđ—Č đ˜„đ—”đ—Œ đ—°đ—źđ—». đ—„đ—Čđ—șđ—Čđ—ș𝗯đ—Č𝗿 đ˜†đ—Œđ˜‚ đ˜€đ˜đ—¶đ—čđ—č đ—»đ—Čđ—Čđ—± đ˜đ—Œ đ˜„đ—Œđ—żđ—ž đ—”đ—źđ—żđ—± đ—Č𝘃đ—Čđ—» đ˜„đ—¶đ˜đ—” 𝗼 đ—Žđ—Œđ—Œđ—± đ—șđ—Čđ—»đ˜đ—Œđ—ż đ—¶đ—» đ˜†đ—Œđ˜‚đ—ż đ—°đ—Œđ—żđ—»đ—Č𝗿. 𝗩đ—čđ—Œđ˜„ đ—źđ—»đ—± 𝘀𝘁đ—Čđ—źđ—±đ˜† đ˜„đ—¶đ—»đ˜€ đ˜đ—”đ—Č 𝗿𝗼𝗰đ—Č, đ˜đ—”đ—Č𝗿đ—Č đ—¶đ˜€ đ—»đ—Œ đ—Œđ˜ƒđ—Čđ—żđ—»đ—¶đ—Žđ—”đ˜ 𝘀𝘂𝗰𝗰đ—Č𝘀𝘀.

Mother’s Instinct

Mother’s Instinct – Lesson for Entrepreneurs: As I sat during my early morning reflection today, I was drawn to a time in my life when my father suspended my monthly allowance when I was at Copperbelt University. I deserved the punishment after racking his Car, long story though the suspension was for just a term. This was a profound time that developed me and made me very resourceful.

However, what stood out in this period was my mother’s response and care. Believe it or not, there is a spiritual connection between a mother and a child that no one can explain. There were times that I would be down, low and almost giving up, mum would send calculators for me to sale and survive. She would send word for me to go home and have a good meal to encourage me, her timings were divine. Mother’s Instinct is what we call an entrepreneur’s gut feeling, successful entrepreneurs rely on their intuition rather than minds.

However, be careful by understanding when and how to pay attention to your gut feeling. All entrepreneurs like a mother have a special connection to their business, improve your intuition through regular meditation. Just like a mother’s instinct to protect and care, follow your vision as an entrepreneur. Your business will sometimes fall, pick it up. Your business will sometimes seem not be going anywhere, continue believing and pushing it forward. Sometimes it will be in critical condition and will require your every minute, second of your time including your sleep. Pay attention to your inner voice and understand what it is saying. #Happysunday.

Umulilo Uchingilila Abakulu Tawocha

Umulilo Uchingilila Abakulu Tawocha

The Older the Wiser: ”Umulilo Uchingilila abakulu tawocha” (Fire that is surrounded by elderly people can’t burn you). Yesterday as I went through my 40th birthday I was drawn to this Bemba saying which a lot of people and young millennials might not be familiar with. However, imagine people in a cold season surrounding a campfire for warmth in the open with kids running up and down. As long as the elderly are the ones closest to the fire, the rest of the people are safe. This means a fire surrounded by the elderly can not harm anyone.

This brought me to think that now that I’m 40 years old, I’m now in the circle of the elders to protect others running around from being burnt by the fire. ”Life begins at 40,” they say and yes by the time you are #40years you should have the knowledge to understand what happens in this world, by the time you are 40 you should have the skills to Captain or Champion a cause in the country or world, you should also have developed abilities to make you prolific in whatever you do.

”Umulilo Uchingilila abakulu tawocha” to me means people above 40 should be leaders in their sphere, ”the big 4” should have solutions to protect, inspire, challenge and move the nation in various fields or professions. @40 we should no longer be talking about the elementary issues but the core issues, to move our lives, our nation beyond mediocre debates, fake public images and petty deals.

The question I ended with on my Birthday and I leave it to those turning #40years and also to those above #40years is ”FROM WHAT FIRE ARE YOU PROTECTING THOSE CLOSE TO YOU & THE NATION”.

Crack the Whip, An Entrepreneur as a father

Crack the Whip, An Entrepreneur as a father: The modern age fathers most of the time fail when it comes to understanding the importance of the phrase “Crack the whip”. This simply means to use authority, often in a harsh or stern manner, to make someone work harder, often with a threat of punishment or reprisals. As I reflected today on the eve of my 40th birthday I remembered times when my father would “crack the whip”, his style was different but it prepared me to be a good modern Father and entrepreneur.

One way to crack the whip is to show the way. By just seeing how Dad did things and treated others, it pushed me to keep up. I remember when going to school we had to be ready before him otherwise he would drive off but still expected us to be at the school when it was pick up time. Today I can say my time management skills were developed back then by his example. This is the same as the modern entrepreneur or business owner, show the way to create a culture in your company. Crack the whip by being disciplined with finances, submitting receipts and keeping time. Don’t call for a meeting and come in late.

In 1995 when I went to Mpelembe in grade 10, my father told me to be an example to others by following school rules, working hard and at the end of my grade 12 he expected me to obtain 10 points or less. Another way a modern father should “crack the whip” is to communicate clearly with our children and leave no place for ambiguity to avoid indiscipline. This also applies to modern entrepreneurs or business owners, develop a skill of clearly crafting expectations of employees. Let everyone from the sweeper to managers and directors know your vision, mission, values and anything that defines your business. Set clear targets, expectations and avoid verbosity.

When I turned 16 years, perceived as a responsible boy my father took me to a driving school and I obtained a driving license. He gave me strict instructions on where to go in his car, when to use and how. Every month that passed earned me extra fuel. However, in 2000 whatever got into me, my father gave me strict instructions to pick up one of his cars from the mechanic and drive below 50km/h straight home. This was after an engine overhaul, I didn’t know what that was then. In my own wisdom, I decided to go from Itawa Ndola to CBU in Kitwe at flying speed to pick up some items (obviously with good friends). Before we could even reach Kitwe I just heard a deafening sound from the engine, immediately I knew the fun was over and started to prepare for the wipe. Dad suspended my monthly allowance and my car privileges were withheld for 3 months. Yes “crack the whip” with reward and punishment, if a team member or employee exceeds expectations reward them. Similarly, to ensure balance if one is underperforming or indiscipline you should punish them or depend on the gravity of the offence “fire” them. “I gave you clear instructions and you decided in your own wisdom to disobey them,” my father said. When punishing, saying it loud and clear to your child or as an entrepreneur to an employee is important when you “crack the whip”, remember the intention is to get the best performance from them and not to completely break them. Employers should also establish a disciplinary procedure which should be clearly communicated.

Meeting Customer Needs

Meeting Customer Needs: Early this morning I went to do a property inspection for Valuation, I used my wife’s car and forgot to carry my measuring gadgets. So I decided to stop at some hardware to buy a measuring tape. “Do you have a 50 meters measuring tape?” I asked the shop keeper. He replied that they didn’t have any. As I was walking out another gentleman who I think is the owner or supervisor asked me whether I found what I was looking for, “I’m told you don’t have 50 meters measuring tapes”, I replied. “But we do have 100 meters measuring tapes sir, would that do?” he said (Conversation partially translated). Giving clients various options is important in business sales. I wonder how many people the shop keeper has turned away in the same way.

Q3 – 2019 Real Estate Commentary

There was no sign of the Real Estate market rebounding in Q3.

The Real Estate market continues to slow down due to so many factors including lack of liquidity in the Economy. The forecast for the growth of the economy is around 3.0% in 2019 and expected to drop to around 2.7% in 2020 though the government is targeting 4% in 2020. Q3 saw the increase of inflation to 10.5% and the Purchasing Managers Index still below 50 (at 48.8). This means the private sector is still contracting though demand is improving at a slow rate. We project the Bank of Zambia Base Rate to be increased from 10.25% to 10.75% which will likely result in increased interest rates.

In a survey of Real Estate Agents, the residential market had 75% of the transactions conducted in Q3. For Rentals, 50% of the Agents had transactions between 0 to 3 and the remaining 50% between 4 to 10 transactions. For Sales, 80% had transactions between 0 to 3 and 20% between 4 to 10. Apart from seeing an increase in the supply of residential properties lack of financing solutions is making property sales a daunting task for many agents.

The survey also revealed that Lusaka and surrounding areas had close to 50% of the transactions, while Copperbelt and Surrounding areas accounted for 30% and the rest in other parts of Zambia. This shows an interesting pattern of demand and confirms the factors that keep Lusaka properties higher than the rest of Zambia. When asked about the state of the economy in Q3, 50% of the Agents described it as moderate, 30% said unstable and 20% described the economy as poor.

The Real Estate Agents were asked to describe the property market in Q3, 100% said ‘Buyers Market’. However, 10% expected the property market to improve in 6 months, 70% expected it to stay the same, 20% foresaw the property market deteriorating further in the next 6 months. When asked on what they thought would happen to property values in the next 12 months 0% said ‘Increase significantly’, 0% said ‘Increase’, 75% said ‘Stay the same’, 25% said ‘Reduce’ and 0% said ‘Reduce significantly’.

So what does this mean if you want to buy?

The current market conditions make it difficult for people to raise finances to buy properties. The prevailing interests rates are not favourable and some requirements by financial institutions are difficult to attain.

Nevertheless, if you have finances and looking buy property, there are a lot of sellers out there which will give you an advantage when negotiating.

What does this mean if you are looking to sell?

There are a lot of properties on the market and yours will be competing for the same few buyers.

Unless you have no option but to sell, this would not be the right time to do so.

Whatever the situation is, always use professional help to navigate your property market decisions.

By Mr Chisebwe Fumbeshi
The author is a Chartered Valuation Surveyor, CEO & Chairman of Fairworld Properties Limited, Executive Chairman of Money FM 93.7

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Q2 – 2019 Real Estate Commentary

Real Estate market continued to slow down in Q2.

While it is clear that government austerity measures are meant to reduce the pressure the Zambian Economy is facing, the second quarter of 2019 has not been easy for real estate players. The forecast for the growth of the economy is around 3.2% in 2019 and expected to drop to around 2.7% in 2020. There is a reduction in consumer spending due to reduced economic activities and this has been seen in real estate also. The inflation rate is expected to be kept between 7.5% and 10%. Although the Bank of Zambia monetary base rate is at 10.25% most Banks are lending between 20% to 30 %.

The residential market has seen an increase of supply for the medium-cost units due to mainly two factors namely offloading of recovered properties by financial institutions and new constructions. According to many real estate agents, there has been a reduction in sales of real estate generally. Q2 has seen the rental market for Houses, Offices and Industrial properties remaining within the same range, however, there is a push for a downward trend and we foresee new leases to reflect that. The same applies to the prices, although we don’t see an immediate reduction but a slower increase in the prices. Land values are also following the same trend. An average medium three (3) Bedroom house is between K3,000 to K4,500 per month and around K450,000 to K950,000.

Q2 has seen a further increase of office space coming on the market especially in Lusaka and a few on the Copperbelt. Office rentals are currently between 10 USD and 18 USD per square metre, we project a downward reduction due to increased supply and dwindling demand. Q2 also showed an increase in Retail shops tenants vacating shopping malls. This is mainly attributed to subdued sales and the depreciation of the Kwacha against the Dollar. The current rentals for the retail shops are between for most shopping malls are around 12 USD and 35 USD per square metre per month for shopping malls within and around Lusaka and 5 USD and 15 USD per square metre per month for shopping malls within and around the Copperbelt province. For retail shops to attract businesses to rent, the rate per square metre has to reflect the current economic trends and also consider having lease agreements in Kwacha.

Q2 also continued to see the development of Industrial Parks mainly in Lusaka and the Copperbelt. Though there is demand for fully serviced warehouse/office facilities for rent the demand currently is not meeting the supply. Industrial properties are currently going around 2 USD and 6 USD per metre square per month. Zambia has attracted a lot of investments in Agriculture which has seen a lot of Farming Blocks created. The major factors affecting values of agricultural properties is accessibility by all-weather road network and availability of water for irrigation. The agricultural sector has seen very low sales, going rates are around 1,300 USD to 3,000 USD for Irrigated land, 600 USD to 1,600 USD for Cleared land and 100 USD to 400 USD for Bushland.

So what does this mean if you want to buy?

The current market conditions are unprecedented. There are a lot of people who want to dispose of their property to meet various financial obligations. Though due to high-interest rates real estate buyers are finding it increasingly difficult to get the funding required.

There are a number of sellers for various properties, so as a buyer your choices won’t be limited. And better yet, the prices of the properties be it residential, commercial, industrial or agricultural are not expected to go up as fast as previous years. This means as a buyer you will definitely have the negotiating advantage.

What does this mean if you are looking to sell?

The current interest rates around 20% to 30% are making it difficult for many buyers getting adequate financing. The slow economic activities and business transactions have led to high Non-Performing Loans which are above the prudential threshold of 10% resulting in many Banks off-loading a lot of recovered properties or owners looking to sell.

As a seller, you will be competing with the number of properties on the market reduced for a quick sale. If you have no option to hold but just sale you have to be patient and aggressive to expose your property to many potential buyers either locally or internationally.

Whatever the situation is, always use professional help to navigate your property market decisions.

By Mr Chisebwe Fumbeshi
Author is a Chartered Valuation Surveyor, CEO & Chairman of Fairworld Properties Limited, Executive Chairman of Money FM 93.7

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Valuation Chapter The Surveyors Institute of Zambia Business Breakfast 17th May 2016 Speech by Mr Chisebwe Fumbeshi, Chairman

Valuation Chapter
The Surveyors Institute of Zambia
Business Breakfast 17th May 2016
Speech by Mr Chisebwe Fumbeshi, Chairman

Dr. Bwalya Ng’andu BOZ Deputy Governor Operations
Invited Guests
Valuation Surveyors Registration Board Members
Surveyors Institute of Zambia President & Council members
Fellow Valuation Surveyors
Media House
Ladies and gentlemen

Good morning, I welcome you all to this Business Breakfast for the Valuation Chapter of Surveyors Institute of Zambia. Dr. Ng’andu thank you for taking time off from your busy schedule to come and be part of this breakfast, whose theme is “The Role of Valuation Surveyors in the Financial Sector”.

Ladies and gentlemen
The Valuation Chapter of Surveyors Institute of Zambia promotes high standards of professional & ethical conduct for the Valuation profession.
Governor
The Valuation Profession in Zambia dates back as early as 1890, when the British Administration introduced the English
Tenure system in the territory. The determination of value of properties for all purposes in accordance with Chapter 207 of the Laws of Zambia is responsibility of Valuation Surveyors. It is a criminal offence for anyone to carry-out Valuation activities or purport to be a Valuation Surveyor. We need to protect the interest of players in the financial sector from imposters at all cost.

Governor
Ladies and gentlemen

The financial sector is an essential component for the growth of an economy. Zambia’s financial sector is dominated by banks, accounting for about 90 percent of the financial sector assets. The Valuation profession is vital in the day to day interaction of the Banks and their clients for the determination of the Value of property pledged as collateral, and when things go wrong to advice on sale price.
The Financial Sector will benefit from more property owners appreciating the importance of accessing Valuation Services regularly. In a recent random survey carried out in Lusaka and Copperbelt provinces, 77% of respondents were not aware of the importance of carrying out a valuation before purchase and regularly after acquisition. In the same survey of 1,500 property owners 69% did not know that cost of building and value are different. Knowing the Value of the property provides information for loan-to-value ratio needed in negotiations and reconciliations during transactions. Due to changes of economic factors that in turn affect the property market, property owners and financial institutions ought to have regular property valuations at least once a year.

Governor
Ladies and gentlemen
The Valuation Chapter of SIZ is in the process to developing Zambian Valuation Practicing Standards which will be in conformity with the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) and take into consideration Zambian Laws and uniqueness of our property market. This will improve the services being provided to financial institutions and the public at large. In line with Part IX, Section 55 of the Bank of Zambia Act No. 43 of 1996 and Section 78 of the Banking and Financial Services Act of 1994, as amended in 2000, Bank Supervision Department of Bank of Zambia is responsible for licensing, undertaking prudential supervision and regulation of banks, so as to promote safe, sound and efficient operation and development of the financial system. Therefore, we urge Bank of Zambia to issue guidelines on how Banks and financial institutions engaged or empanel Valuation Surveyors to bring harmony to the sector and growth of our profession.

Fellow Valuation Surveyors
There is an increase in demand globally for efficient, innovative and reliable valuation services. In-order for us to improve our profession we need to improve our services by investing in robust market research, modern technology and spread our services to Capital Markets and Securities. This is only possible when we are coordinated in the way clients engage us and how we conduct ourselves. It’s time we implement standards that will promote our profession and ensure that our clients get quality world class results. Let’s do the right thing today for a better tomorrow.
Ladies and gentlemen
In conclusion, I wish to thank Bank of Zambia, Bank Supervision department in particular which has supported the development of the Valuation Profession in Zambia.
It is now my singular honor and privilege to call upon Dr. Bwalya Ng’andu, Bank of Zambia Deputy Governor Operations to address us.
Dr. Ng’andu, Sir!