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