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