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A FEW years back there was talk of a ban on left handed ve­hi­cles which was sup­posed to be ef­fected in 2015. I just wanted to ask what then hap­pened to the idea, be­cause left hand drive cars are still on our roads. — Sam­son, Westlea.

EVENT or­gan­is­ers should al­ways cal­cu­late the pos­si­ble traf­fic their events are go­ing to at­tract. On Sun­day morn­ing after the Lake July event it took us three hours to cover a two kilome­tre dis­tance be­cause of the trap­ping traf­fic mess. It shows poor pro­jec­tion on the or­gan­iser`s part. — Gamu J, Av­enues.

I WOULD like to com­mend the re­cent ap­point­ment of new mag­is­trates. All of them are youth­ful and it shows that there is a con­ti­nu­ity idea in the ju­di­cial sys­tem. Bravo. — Mehluli Ndi­weni. MIN­IS­TER Mandi Chimene was in the pri­vate me­dia con­tin­u­ing her at­tacks on the Vice Pres­i­dent. After her mis­placed bar­rage last week, one would hope that she re­spects the party hi­er­ar­chy and be­haves in a way the Pres­i­dent urged ev­ery­one to be­have. But no, she con­tin­ued with her at­tack, I don’t know what her mo­tive is but she is in di­rect de­fi­ance of the Pres­i­dent’s rec­om­men­da­tions of peace­fully and ra­tio­nally ap­proach­ing dif­fer­ences within the party struc­tures. — Cde Mazwai, Beatrice.

PLAS­TIC money use will not mean much if an idea is not etched to ac­com­mo­date those in the in­for­mal sec­tor. This is be­cause such peo­ple some­times lose po­ten­tial busi­ness due to cash and change con­straints. Our banks and dig­i­tals creatives need to come up with a quick idea to al­low in­for­mal traders to be able to trans­act elec­tron­i­cally even when sell­ing the small­est of units. — Nqo­bile M.

MRS Joice Mu­juru is show­ing that she has mar­ginal un­der­stand­ing on the dy­nam­ics in­volved in Eco­nomics and macro fi­nan­cial in­sti­tu­tions. Who in their right mind can equate a bond note fa­cil­ity backed up by a loan from Afrexim Bank to toi­let pa­per. This shows how she doesn’t know what she is do­ing or say­ing. I feel pity for those who res­onate with her empty speeches, 2018 will be a rude awak­en­ing for them. — HM Chegutu.

Min­is­ter Mandi Chimene

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