MAY Cde Chinotimba intervene at the situation at Hozeki Farm in Marondera. We are being used like slaves by the whiteman here. — Villager, Mahowa Village, Murehwa
I AM looking for my dady. His name is Promise Nduku and he was working in Victoria Falls in 1998 and he last saw my mother when she was pregnant. Anyone with information contact me on 0779386995. — Desperate.
ON December 5, 1990 Bosso beat DeMbare 3-1 before a capacity 60,000 fans. It was a Zifa cup final. Bosso had the likes of Rahman Gumbo, W. Khumalo, A. Ndlovu etc and DeMbare had F Shonhayi, H Charles, P Fanuel etc. All these players were once Young Warriors. Today even if a double header involving DeMbare, Bosso, Caps, Chicken Inn, is organised they cannot 60 percent fill the NSS even if the cheapest ticket is $2. The problem is most teams administrators are not football people and they want instant results thus destroying the juniors. It took European teams over a century to be what they are today. They produce, sell and buy, it is entertainment and business combined. If a young player makes a blunder it is called inexperience. If an old player makes a blunder it is called a mistake. To improve our game we need talent not “old people’s homes”. Let us not plant chillies and expect to reap tomatoes. — E Sibhawuza
IT is remarkable that the Heroes Day campaign has been launched to ensure a road safety of a complete zero statistics against accidents as a top priority. We really need a traffic safety policy to continue enlightening all road users about the road regulations. — Lovemore Kashawo, Harare.
IT is refreshing to hear that Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump will dump George W Bush’s notorious foreign policy in favour of non-interference in other countries’ domestic issues. Let’s hope that, in the likely event that he beats bloodthirsty Hillary Clinton in November. Trump will stick to his words and walk the talk. We are fed up with endless lectures on democracy from these Western countries while they are busy looting our resources. — Cde Bla Max Boomerang, Harare.
CONGRATULATIONS to Lloyd Chitembwe and his charges on the Cup Kings’ 1-0 win against Bosso. We are in this to win and we must not slow down our campaign. Let us keep together and bring the league title home this season. — Jan Mavheneka, Masvingo.
IT is sad how people are quick to point to the negative without ever offering solutions. We have developed an unfruitful habit of pointing fingers and flaunting so much negative energy. Projects like the Pepsi one will provide a significant number of jobs in the near future from construction and other feeder jobs. — Jackie, Harare.