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For me to be the best, I need to fight the best. Goals from Winston Kalengo and second half substitute Jonas Sakuwaha sent Zesco to the top of the table, relegating Power to second place on 31 and 30 points respectively. Immediately after the goal, Power fans threw missiles on the pitch as police battled to suppress the situation while the home team and match officials huddled and argued in the centre circle while Zesco players danced in the middle of all the mayhem. Meanwhile, Zesco outplayed and outgunned Power throughout as midfielder Cletus Chota dictated play for the visitors.
Mwanza also provided the ball for the second goal five minutes from time before all hell broke loose. Education Minister, Michael Kaingu says the Copperbelt University Academic Union has turned down all request to dialogue and have continued with the illegal strike. Kaingu revealed that the University Council was ready to dialogue with the union but it refused to engage unless the Vice Chancellor and the entire management is removed.
Kaingu says the strike is illegal because no dispute was declared. He says the University had already been closed because academic staff had withdrawn services.
The Minister has however stated that the Schools of Medicine and Graduate Studies have not been affected by the closure. He has since thanked the academic and administrative staff of the two schools for their dedication to duty and not taking part in the illegal strike. Kaingu adds that the graduation ceremony to be held on July 23 and 24 will be held as scheduled.
He says the CBU Council has been instructed to work towards resolving the issues and ensure that the academic life at the university is restored as soon as possible. And in responding to questions Dr. Kaingu stated that about students had been arrested of which had been kept in police cells and were only released after paying admission of guilt fine.
The Petroleum and Allied Workers Union of Zambia has bemoaned the high levels of casualization at filling stations. Union Regional Secretary Andford Daka says several proprietors of filling stations are refusing to have their workers represented by the labour movement hence making them pay their workers low wages. Daka told ZNBC news in Kitwe that some filling station attendants are getting as low as 8-Hundred kwacha because of lack of representation by the labour movement. He has revealed that through difficulties, his union has managed to attract 2 thousand members on the Copperbelt within a year of its presence in the province.
President Edgar Lungu says he has received reports of some diplomats that are under performing in foreign missions. The Head of State however says he will not replace them immediately but will do so gradually because recalling diplomats is costly.
Lungu has told Mr. Imakando that he is proud of his credentials hence he should work hard to ensure that he does not embarrass him. The President added that Malaysia is a fast growing country with Information Communication Technology having played a huge role.
He has further told Mrs. Chibesakunda that he is confident of her fitting into the scramble for China among diplomats because of her previous role of being Director of Asia.
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Meanwhile, Mr. Lungu has observed that Zambia has been losing a lot of money owing to lack of effective monitoring of projects. He says many Zambians have the tendency of not being interested in projects until at the last minute.
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A refugee is someone who has been forced to flee his or her country because of persecution, war, or violence.
A refugee has a well-founded fear of persecution for reasons of race, religion, nationality, political opinion or membership in a particular social group. Most likely, they cannot return home or are afraid to do so. War and ethnic, tribal and religious violence are leading causes of refugees fleeing their countries.
Young Rwandans in the diaspora Africa especially inherit the refugee status of their parent against their own volition I must mention. They are restricted to the confines subjected to their parents should they having been born in a refugee camp and with a sense of belonging,their only home is that which is exposed to them. Many a times,they shy away from reality by avoiding to ask the tough questions-they get comfortable with the status quo.
They deny the obvious by adopting everything they may learn which conflicts with their culture. Some of them go to an extent of refusing to be defined by their ethnicity as they believe that such identities are the core to their alien existence this applies mostly when young refugees are exposed to different cultures. Rwanda has historically known different anti democratic regimes, which caused political turbulences, massacres, summary executions of the political opponents, the genocide and the crime against humanity.
The bad governance of various regimes which succeeded one another in the power was always causing political tensions, massive exodus of the Rwandans towards the neighbouring countries. Rwanda experienced two historic and unforgettable events which changed radically the daily life of the Rwandans. The first event is the first revolution of which put an end to the monarchy and established the republic.