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Chronicle (Zimbabwe) - - National News -

IF the Gov­ern­ment is re­ha­bil­i­tat­ing in­mates that they may be re-in­te­grated into the so­ci­ety, why is it that once you are known to be a for­mer in­mate, you are not el­i­gi­ble for any in­take at any gov­ern­ment de­part­ment? Mind bog­gling. — Mageza Mzet, Bu­l­awayo

WE, as the peo­ple of Zim­babwe, are a great peo­ple. There is some­thing about our na­tion. Take a look at the great an­cient South­ern African rulers that have walked this land, Mzi­likazi, Loben­gula, Rozvi rulers, Mun­hu­mu­tapa and the lead­ers of Great Zim­babwe. We are a great peo­ple, a great em­pire and we shall be a bea­con of de­vel­op­ment for South­ern Africa. It does not mat­ter what our sit­u­a­tion right now is, we are a pow­er­ful peo­ple. — Keith, ZYI, Bu­l­awayo

GWANDA res­i­dents, de­spite crit­i­cal statis­tics, there is too much wa­ter un­der­ground (bore­hole). I am talk­ing from ex­pe­ri­ence and prac­tice. Ayiphi ezan­dleni. — Maxxie, Gwanda.

A PER­FECT start of a re­fresh­ingly hat­trick for War­riors and Bucs for­ward Tendai Ndoro in the ABSA Pre­mier­ship. I marvel at his goal poach­ing in­stinct which is good for our War­riors at the Af­con fi­nals next year. — Love­more Kashawo

WE re­ally shocked Ger­many (Fifa ranked num­ber two in the world), Canada (num­ber five) and Aus­tralia (num­ber 10) when we man­aged to score against them at the Rio 2016 Olympics, in foot­ball matches. Most ob­servers thought be­ing pre-tour­na­ment un­der­dogs in the “group of death” the Mighty War­riors were go­ing to be “mas­sa­cred” by the three heavy­weights. But we showed the as­ton­ished world that Zim­babwe is no push-over. The God-fear­ing Sadc na­tion fore­sees its econ­omy grow­ing and there will be more com­pa­nies thriv­ing, some of them will­ing to in­vest in the sport­ing area. A well re­sourced girls’ foot­ball team can cause a stir at fu­ture big tour­na­ments. Wel­come back home brave Mighty War­riors! — Cleo Mutare, North End, Bu­l­awayo

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