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MAYBE our Chevrons will have lady luck on their side in the Test se­ries against New Zealand in Bu­l­awayo. We wish them well. — Love­more Kashawo, Harare.

I AGREE that the sen­tence given to Mun­yaradzi Kereke is too le­nient. The fact that a pub­lic fig­ure like him gets such a light sen­tence sends a wrong mes­sage to so­ci­ety. I would pre­fer a case whereby this man be­comes a case study for the ed­u­ca­tion of prospec­tive rapists. Any rapist must only be re­leased when he is no longer a threat. — Chrispen, Harare.

ZANU-PF is on point for con­demn­ing the work of fifth colum­nists mas­querad­ing as disgruntled war veter­ans. En­e­mies know very well that the only way to cause chaos in­side an or­gan­i­sa­tion is to op­er­ate in its quar­ters. Ev­ery­one who was in Mozam­bique knows that the mark of a true sol­dier and states­man is re­spect for the lead­er­ship. Pres­i­dent Mu­gabe was pop­u­larly elected and can­not be re­moved by few mal­con­tents. — Aaron Jinga, Masvingo.

IT is an uphill task for our Mighty Warriors in their group game opener against Ger­many in the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. — Love­more Kashawo, Harare.

IS it true that in Vic­to­ria Falls, OK and TM sell lotto tick­ets and make bets for the pub­lic but they do not dis­play re­sults af­ter the draw? — Spy. KOFFI Olo­mide acted un­pro­fes­sion­ally. We do not ex­pect such be­hav­iour from a celebrity. — Jones Ma­howa, Mure­hwa.

Koffi Olo­mide

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