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.