Chronicle (Zimbabwe) - - National News -

THE pro­vi­sional lift­ing of the ban on protests must not be in­ter­preted as an en­dorse­ment of crim­i­nal be­hav­iour. Po­lice must be on the alert for law­break­ers who vi­o­late other cit­i­zens’ rights un­der the guise of ex­er­cis­ing theirs. — Hon­our Mashiri. YOUTHS must be al­lo­cated land in spite of their re­li­gious and po­lit­i­cal af­fil­i­a­tion. The sec­tar­ian al­lo­ca­tion of land is dis­tress­ing and un­ac­cept­able. Thank you, Pres­i­dent Mugabe, for weigh­ing in on this is­sue. Youths have been side­lined by elit­ist con­spir­a­cies for too long yet they are one of the key de­mo­graph­ics in this coun­try. This must be cor­rected. — Mu­soro WaN­zomba.

I AGREE with Ta­fara Shumba’s prog­no­sis of Nera and one of its unin­spir­ing com­man­ders, Mr Didy­mus Mu­tasa. Even af­ter be­ing rel­e­gated to a nonen­tity in a party he helped to form, our des­per­ate Mr Mu­tasa is cling­ing on like a drown­ing man. ZimPF spokesper­son Jeal­ous Mawarire’s un­kind rev­e­la­tion that the party wants to use and shelf Mu­tasa re­gard­less of his “tainted im­age” makes sad read­ing. — Love­more Bandika, Gweru.

TALK of an­other GNU is mis­in­formed. Pres­i­dent Robert Mugabe and Zanu-PF have the pop­u­lar man­date to lead Zim­babwe to the next elec­tions in 2018. We do not know for cer­tain what the MDC-T’s ob­jec­tive is apart from want­ing Pres­i­dent Mugabe to leave of­fice. — Baba Gari, Gutu.

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