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I WISH Soul Jah Love a speedy re­cov­ery. It’s good that he has set his eyes on up­com­ing book­ings but I hope he doesn’t push him­self too hard if he is not fully re­cov­ered. Fans will al­ways cheer their artists on even if it is not in their in­ter­est to per­form at a par­tic­u­lar time. I hope Chibaba fol­lows his doc­tor’s ad­vice and does what is best for his health so we can have more of him. — Jah Chant.

I AM not sure about Mor­gan Ts­van­gi­rai and Afonso Dh­lakama’s per­sonal friend­ship but I must con­cur that the two are po­lit­i­cal twins who believe in the colo­nial­ists’ scorched earth pol­icy. Ts­van­gi­rai, Dh­lakama and their brothers, Moise Tshombe and Jonas Sav­imbi have brought hell on their coun­tries just so that they can en­rich themselves and grab power from demo­crat­i­cally cho­sen in­cum­bents. — Aaron Jinga, Masvingo.

THIS week’s Sil­ver­screen in­stal­ment, “Lo­cal pro­grammes to boost con­fi­dence,” is one of the best ar­ti­cles by my favourite jour­nal­ist. It is in­for­ma­tive and serv­ing the lo­cal view­er­ship on dif­fer­ent lev­els. For­eign pro­grammes which ZBC uses at the ex­pense of lo­cal tastes are a deathly bore. — Tin­oda Run­yararo. IT’S sad that Warriors tal­is­man Khama Bil­liat is not mov­ing to a big­ger stage just now. Hope­fully the young man gets to shine at the Africa Cup of Na­tions. Bril­liance can never be sup­pressed for too long. I am sure it will soon be Khama’s turn. — Glamour Boy.

Khama Bil­liat

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