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COM­RADE Mao Tse Tung taught about dis­ci­pline and re­spect for pro­to­col. Th­ese are some of the key val­ues which won the lib­er­a­tion war. Real war vet­er­ans know that. — Sam Chikore, Mutare.

I AM not happy about what­ever is hap­pen­ing in Masvingo. Re­cently, there were re­ports about whole con­stituen­cies be­ing de­nied food aid be­cause of petty fac­tional fights. Th­ese fights still con­tinue de­spite Pres­i­dent Mu­gabe’s word that no one must be de­nied food be­cause of po­lit­i­cal af­fil­i­a­tion, much less their leader’s al­leged af­fil­i­a­tion. Now coun­cil­lors are be­ing ac­cused of di­vert­ing food re­lief. — Aaron Jinga, Masvingo.

CON­GRAT­U­LA­TIONS to Warriors won­der-boy Khama Bil­liat who has man­aged to im­press con­ti­nen­tal gi­ants Za­malek and Al Ahly. Hard work pays and tal­ent can never be sup­pressed for too long. — Chrispen, Harare.

JAH Prayzah’s Mud­hara Vachauya al­bum is likely to add some en­ergy on the show­biz cir­cuit. Judg­ing from his live per­for­mances, the man is on point ex­cept that we have been starved for con­tent for too long. I hope the sound qual­ity will be on point un­like some of the big al­bums re­leased so far this year. — Tafadzwa Hungwe.

KOFFI Olo­mide is a disgrace to the mu­sic com­mu­nity. Who kicks a fe­male sub­or­di­nate in this day and age? Man up, com­rade, and stop be­ing a slave-driver. — Rhumba Crazy.

BOSSO must put posters around Bar­bour­fields Sta­dium ad­ver­tis­ing the $5 cards, then make a mo­bile of­fice or car­a­van to sell the cards be­fore the game. You give the buy­ing mem­ber a proof of pay­ment and then he goes to col­lect his card at the main of­fice. How many cards can you sell in ev­ery home game, given the team’s re­sults th­ese days? If you put ad­ver­tise­ments in Vic­to­ria Falls on Au­gust 2, 2016, that you will be there on Au­gust 31, 2016, to sell cards, how many will you sell? If ven­dors can print Bosso flags, what stops Bosso from do­ing that? Lastly, if we are vot­ing for peo­ple to lead our team, let us put peo­ple who do not be­lieve in cred­its. How can Bosso fail to have cred­its when we can­not even run a club­house? Some want us to be­lieve that Bosso cred­its can­not be cleared, yes they can­not be cleared if we want to clear a credit by a credit. Above all ju­nior pol­icy is start­ing to show the re­sults. — E Sib­hawuza

EVANS Mawarire and all other Chris­tians, please take heed of my Chris­tian and Godly warn­ings. No Chris­tian should be a mem­ber of any po­lit­i­cal party. In which­ever coun­try on this earth, all Chris­tians are forced by the bi­b­li­cal com­mand to pray for or on be­half of the rul­ing party or the govern­ment. Why do you Chris­tians com­plain about Zim­babwe’s cur­rent sit­u­a­tion? How do you read your Bi­bles? Was God ever im­pressed with the Jewish com­plaints? So you ex­pect God to con­tain your com­plaints when He did not con­tain the com­plaints of His cho­sen na­tion? When the Is­raelites com­plained about the change of the judge over them­selves, were they not de­lib­er­ately given Saul, the worst op­pres­sor? Af­ter all why do you Chris­tians ex­pect good­ness be­fore the Sec­ond Com­ing of Je­sus Christ is ful­filled? Chris­tians, let us be Chris­tians not politi­cians. Politi­cians do not force Chris­tians to be po­lit­i­cal mem­bers. — Moyo, Bu­l­awayo

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