Chronicle (Zimbabwe) - - National News -

THE dis­cov­ery of an arms cache al­legedly meant to com­mit acts of ter­ror­ism and sab­o­tage is a wake-up call to our se­cu­rity forces to be on the alert for all man­ner of mis­chief. We have no place for re­ac­tionary mal­con­tents and ban­dits in Zim­babwe. This is Zim­babwe, not the united ter­ror­ists of Amer­ica. — Aaron Jinga, Masvingo.

SHUT­DOWN — what shut­down? You think there is a re­serve coun­try for you if you shut down your own? Some of us are diehard pa­tri­ots who will not trade Zim­babwe for donor money or asy­lum. — Leeroy Musimuvi.

SAD to know the War­riors will lose sev­eral of their key men in their forth­com­ing Afcon qual­i­fier match against Guinea. All the same, I think Cal­listo Pa­suwa is spoilt for choice as most of our play­ers are at their best. Let’s play for pride and col­lect the max­i­mum points. — Chrispen, Harare.

THE War­riors must give their best so that our Swazi friends can also qual­ify. Isih­langu beat Guinea home and away, and gave us a chance. We must beat or draw with Guinea so that south­ern Africa can get two rep­re­sen­ta­tions at the con­ti­nen­tal show­case.

EVANS Mawarire is the mes­siah that never was. I do not blame him for op­por­tunism. As a mat­ter of fact, it was a public stunt care­fully cal­cu­lated to win im­pe­ri­al­ist sym­pa­thy and asy­lum. Only, the id­iots he used re­alised that too lit­tle too late.

I AM hav­ing a good laugh these days. Many have now re­alised that there was never a suc­cess­ful demon­stra­tion by op­po­si­tion hooli­gans. They only took ad­van­tage of strik­ing civil ser­vants and kombi op­er­a­tors. — MM, Harare.

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