Chronicle (Zimbabwe) - - National News -

DO not lose hope High­landers play­ers and sup­port­ers. The Premier Soc­cer League ti­tle is ours. — Nadolo, Ha­bane, Esigo­dini 11 IT has been said if you share sorrow, it halves but if you share poverty it dou­bles. This is the good news and the bad news of the Ts­van­gi­rai-Mu­juru coali­tion. MDC-T is in twi­light while Zim­babwe Peo­ple First is in still­birth. Shar­ing their sor­rows and of­fer­ing each other a shoul­der to cry on is the best that will come out of this pact. Un­for­tu­nately, the “coali­tion” will only dou­ble both par­ties’ ide­o­log­i­cal and po­lit­i­cal poverty. Here are par­ties poi­soned by a Euro­pean mes­siah com­plex and un­able to sell an idea be­yond re­mov­ing Pres­i­dent Mu­gabe and re­plac­ing him with donors. Worse still, I fore­see some foot sol­diers side-lined and em­bit­tered in the par­ties’ iron-and-clay project. — Mu­soro Wan­zomba.

SHAME on foot­ball ad­min­is­tra­tors for ex­pos­ing them­selves as stone age sex­ists. For all the pride the Mighty War­riors did the na­tion, wav­ing our flag at the global arena against the world’s best teams you could only thank them with that in­sult­ing stipend? I doubt even a high school team would thank you for that. Women have been spat on for too long. In this case, no one is ask­ing for af­fir­ma­tive ac­tion but due ac­knowl­edge­ment of achieve­ment. — Martha, Kwekwe.

WELL done to the marks­man Jah Prayzah for hit­ting yet a higher tar­get. You have raised the bar high for the in­dus­try. What I demand of you as a long-time fol­lower is for more re­flec­tive ma­te­rial on your fu­ture projects. — Soja.

Mr Mor­gan Ts­van­gi­rai

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