MAY the Government create a task force to investigate big companies that encourage nepotism. We are crying that companies are shutting down yet the human resources managers in some of these companies hired unqualified cousins of theirs. Yet they turn and blame the economy. Really? Keith, ZYI, Bulawayo
GUESS who are like twin teams in the same figures of the current local PSL log? Answer, it is No. 4 DeMbare and No. 5 ZPC Kariba, as you check them they are separated by positions but with the same numbers played, won, draws, losses, goals scored, goals against, goal differences and points. Lovemore Kashawo, Harare
MINISTER Chikwinya’s appearance at a PHD Sunday church service is quite disturbing given her portfolio and nature of crime the prophet allegedly committed. I think her attendance will intimidate and silence the complainant. She has her right to religion, but as a minister in charge of women’s issues, she should know better. I am not saying Magaya is guilty, but the nature of crime worries me and many other women. — Karen, Harare.
REVENUE should be collected from every entity without any exemptions. This includes Zinara. In most of the local authorities there is misuse of funds and they are not sparing the Zimra fund. The work done on road rehabilitation versus fund disbursed in most cases do not tally at all. — Nyarai, Norton.
GET well soon Chibaba Soul Jah Love, we need you to be fit for the Cup Clash so that you can show them who runs dancehall in Zim. — Empress Farie, Highfields.
KOMBI crews are back again to their ways of harassing women, I think now is high time Government starts planning a safer public transport alternative for the public. If they can’t treat their passengers well, they have no business carrying them. — Concerned Passenger.
THE Udcorp issue needs to be addressed with urgency. People suffer to raise money and they are properly registered with another Government ministry. Surely should things get this bad simply because a new minister has taken over? Please let us exercise continuity in Government business. — Timothy Thorton.
SOME kombis are now parking at the passenger drop off point after the traffic lights at the intersection of Chinhoyi St and Jason Moyo Ave in Harare. I remember council said they should drop off passengers and then go to the holding bay to await their turn to load passengers at various termini. They are causing unnecessary congestion at the intersection. — Mai T, Kuwadzana.