THE Ngezi Platinum vs DeMbare’s past weekend game was a sad scenario for us fans watching on our screens as colour clash of blue and white was confusing. — Lovemore Kashawo, Harare.
THANK God Bosso finally won. Erol Akbay should stay and we may win the title and thank youou to Allen and Mudzingwazingwa for the goals. Noww we fight for upcoming games. Go Bosso.o. — Thabisani,ni, Eden Street,et, Gweru.
VIOLENCE, looting or property destruction is really a setback and 10 step backwards for all the development we have done. — Observer, Harare.
WHY can’t our athletes compete for the IAAF Diamond League — a track and field athletics tournament which might help to be great at Olympics? — Lovemore Kashawo, Harare.
FOR DeMbare’s nill-all draw at Ndiraya’s Ngezi Platinum, really means this season DeMbare has not so far lost to former DeMbare players who are now coaches. — Lovemore Kashawo, Harare.
WHAT is the reality about Zim-Asset? Maybe I am reading it wrong, please correct me on the following On Mtshabezi River, in Matabeleland South, a big dam was built some years ago. The villagers surrounding the dam get nothing from it. There is no irrigation plan there but the water is transported by a pipeline to Bulawayo more than 30km away. My big surprise is that, this pipeline passes through Nyandeni, Bezha, Longfield etc, in all these villages they do not have clean water. They dig in sandy ‘rivers’ where donkeys and cattle drink. Others are even far but the pipeline passes in front of their doors without leaving a drop of water. When the pipeline was constructed some villagers lost their homes and fields to pave its way. This belongs to them but they get nothing from it. Only Bulawayo residents are winning. Is this what is meant by Zim-Asset? Where is Mtshazo irrigation plan? We want our resources in our hands benefiting our communities. — Nyoni Wabayi.