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IT is not fair — why no net­work to ac­cess our money from all Agrib­ank branches. How can there not be net­work all the time? — Ge­orge Malunga, Pu­mula South, Bu­l­awayo

BRAZIL with 2016 Rio Olympics and with the next hosts be­ing Tokyo and Ja­pan in 2020 how about the African con­ti­nent host­ing it as well? — Love­more Kashawo

KIRSTY Coven­try, it is re­ally sad you did not bag a medal at the Rio Olympics 2016. We can only say thank you for ev­ery medal you won for your­self and coun­try. — Love­more Kashawo

UT­TER ex­or­bi­tant ex­tra fee charge! I paid my DSTV for $21 and I had to part with and ex­tra fee of $1.30 plus my bou­quet charge. — Ob­server, Harare

MY name is San­der­son Zulu or Mgoma and I am look­ing for my fa­ther Mathew Zulu. He used to work for Gu­rumthumbu Mine near Mberengwa (Bel­ingwe) Dis­trict Of­fice be­fore it closed down in 1953. He was in the mine band and he played drums and the sexa­phone. Orig­i­nally from Liv­ing­stone or the sur­round­ing ar­eas in Zam­bia and he was nick­named Diva. Joseph Mthinkhulu was one of his friends, a driver within that mine who is now late. Joseph’s wife was Lezi Sibanda and she was a rel­a­tive of my mother, Otty Dube, from Fi­l­abusi, Malale area, but they moved to Mbaulo School un­der Chief Maduna near Avoca Hospi­tal, af­ter be­ing forcibly re­moved. I be­lieve my fa­ther might be in Nkayi, Tsholot­sho, Lu­pane or Hwange and even in Liv­ing­stone. He dis­ap­peared in 1953 when the mine shut down. Any­one with in­for­ma­tion about his fam­ily or his where­abouts please con­tact San­der­son on 0027840708504, Mphumelelo on 00263713051890, Bram on 00263775580769 or Bless­ing on 0027731758620. — San­der­son Zulu.

I WOULD like to sub­mit my views re­gard­ing driv­ing li­cences on term ex­piry and pri­vati­sa­tion of VID. (a) On driver’s li­cences only med­i­cal fit­ness should be a re­quire­ment. (b) VID should fall un­der Zi­nara as they po­lice Zi­nara roads. It is not proper that VID should charge more for its ser­vices to the pub­lic. In de­vel­oped coun­tries the car assem­bly plants ac­tu­ally foot the in­spec­tion bill as in­for­ma­tion de­rived helps to im­prove on safety de­signs. MPs should lis­ten to the peo­ple. What is needed yes­ter­day is a pol­icy scheme that pays the road ac­ci­dent vic­tim and se­verely pun­ishes the of­fender to ex­tend no ex­penses (ie farm­ers’ stray cat­tle and in­vis­i­ble trac­tors and scotch carts on our roads). New cam­era via satel­lite tech­nol­ogy should be em­ployed to re­motely ticket er­rant mo­torists. — Wor­ried Driver.

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