HONOURABLE Phillip Chiyangwa must do better for the Warriors. Please do us proud at Afcon. — Batino J. Jones Mushinga Mahowa, Mrehwa.
GWERU City Council is against the commission appointed by Local Government Minister because their shenanigans will be laid bare. Honestly, the city resembles a ghost town with only progress being numerous billboards along its major roads. — Mhofu, Kopje, Gweru
WILL the “records” said to have been achieved by the Warriors make us win the cup? Maybe we have forgotten that South Africa has played in 3World Cups, 2 Olympics, 9 Afcon (won it once and were silver medallists in 1998) Zambia and South Africa are the only Southern Africa sides to have won the Afcon. We were lucky for getting such an easy draw and it could have been an insult to the nations if we had failed to qualify. The Dream Team was always paired with big guns. Let us stop comparing players and plan for Gabon. Failing to beat Gunea is a big warning of what to expect in Gabon. Please, reporters stop trying to select players for Pasuwa indirectly. I hope Pasuwa won’t leave players that worked hard to qualify for “Better” players. You saw what happened to those who left B Daka behind to try to reap where they did not sow. — E Sibhawuza.
I READ with interest the launch of a maize post emergence herbicide which is expected to save time and labour for farmers. Hopefully, this chemical is embraced by rural farmers who are tied down from the pursuit of gainful activities as they spend most of their time weeding. — Jeff Bandika, Harare.
THE Confederation of Zimbabwe Industries has come in as the voice of reason regarding the mindless riots instigated by opposition parties. Loss of property and interruption of business in violent demonstrations unnecessarily bleeds the economy. You cannot cry about the economy while destroying the very businesses that are holding the country together. You cannot cry for a better Zimbabwe while calling for its shutdown. — WekwaMahere, Marondera.