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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.

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