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.