Chronicle (Zimbabwe) - - National News -

RATHER than in­con­ve­nienc­ing the public, Zimra must deal with in­ter­nal cul­prits whom they al­ready know. Re­cently, Zimra was putting out gory posters against cor­rup­tion yet their of­fi­cials were at the fore­front of prej­u­dic­ing us of our money. — Gift Mun­janja, Gweru.

MECH­A­NISMS against poach­ing such as the Pres­i­den­tial Elephant Head Man­age­ment Pro­gramme at­test to our com­mit­ment to wildlife con­ser­va­tion. I view this as a bet­ter ap­proach than the pro­posed ban on ivory trade by the Con­ven­tion on In­ter­na­tional Trade in En­dan­gered Species on the pre­text that ele­phants are fac­ing ex­tinc­tion. African coun­tries have a right to man­age their re­sources in­clud­ing wildlife in ways that are ben­e­fi­cial to their peo­ple with­out com­pro­mis­ing their sus­tain­abil­ity. — Chrispen. I FIND it in­ter­est­ing that politi­cians like Nel­son Chamisa eas­ily cross the line when it comes to money. Last year, Chamisa whose party claims to rep­re­sent work­ers’ in­ter­ests won the Zuva case which fa­cil­i­tated mas­sive job cuts across in­dus­try. Now the MDC-T vice-pres­i­dent who takes ev­ery op­por­tu­nity to present him­self as a Chris­tian states­man has reached into the gut­ter to jus­tify Acie Lu­mumba’s foul-mouthed at­tack on the leader of the coun­try. It seems like prin­ci­ples count for noth­ing when there is money. — Money Talks.

Nel­son Chamisa

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