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THE ban on en­trance tests make sense. Univer­sity en­rol­ment re­quires A-Level re­sults. A-Level en­rol­ment re­quires O-Level re­sults. Using en­trance tests and ig­nor­ing Grade 7 re­sults ap­pear to ren­der the Grade 7 ex­am­i­na­tion un­nec­es­sary. I can­not think of any­where else where these re­sults would be used. The ban was over­due. — B C. THE Mun­yaradzi Kereke-Jo­hannes To­mana case has been drag­ging for far too long in my opin­ion. Aren’t all these hear­ings dis­ad­van­tag­ing peo­ple who would have ben­e­fited from that space in court con­sid­er­ing that we have a back­log in our le­gal sys­tem. — Malvern Siz­iba.

WHILE we sup­port the Statu­tory In­stru­ment 64 of 2016, our main con­cern is on the pric­ing of our lo­cal prod­ucts. How can they be more ex­pen­sive than im­ported goods when the lat­ter would have fac­tored in costs like trans­porta­tion and im­port duty? — Kuda Ng­wenya

IT is high time sports are se­ri­ously catered for in the na­tional bud­get. We are sick and tired of ap­plaud­ing South African ath­letes as if we do not have ours in our own coun­try. — Con­cerned.

I AM ut­terly dis­ap­pointed by Jah Prayzah’s lat­est of­fer­ing, although he tried to ex­pand the thrust of his mar­ket to re­gional grounds. He has lost his eth­nic sound which made him tol­er­a­ble to the ma­ture au­di­ence .The shal­low lyrics do not cater for the width of his au­di­ence. He is now fo­cus­ing on the club go­ing age which is just a small frac­tion of his fan­base. — Makore

Jo­hannes To­mana

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