THERE is no prayer beyond the grave. Suicide can never be the way to express disgruntlement. We show ourselves aggrieved in order for justice to be done. But when one takes his life, all that remains are question marks and wrongs are never corrected. The man who took his life in court must have appealed if he felt that he was a victim of injustice. He had better chances to get justice alive than as a dead man. — L-Boy, Masvingo. SOME parastatal bosses are showing themselves to be enemies of the people. How in Zimbabwe does one get a monthly allowance of $12 000 for house maintenance? These people are in charge of our public wealth yet things like other people not getting their salaries on time, being unemployed or underemployed, do not concern them. Former State Procurement Board chairperson Charles Kuwaza is eligible for prison if the allegations are true. — Tafadzwa Hungwe.
AS long as the “peaceful demonstrations” consist of beating up people, stoning police on duty, burning cars and looting shops, their constitutionality is questionable. Once violence and coercion become your political tools, you cede the right to constitutional protection. Hoping to unseat the government by violent demos is ill-advised. Why not sell your ideas through rallies and other peaceful means? — Political Advisor.