Chronicle (Zimbabwe) - - National News -

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 the only progress bing nu­mer­ous bill­boards along its ma­jor roads. — Mhofu, Kopje, Gweru.

MOST se­ri­ous ac­ci­dents oc­cur at night. To pre­vent them just re­move the too many “ob­sta­cles” that driv­ers avoid on our roads dur­ing day time. — Mashayamombe, Hwange

I AM very sorry for the Glam­our boys.— Next time they will get it right. DeMbare for life, no mat­ter what. — BD Ncube, (Nzungu)

THUMBS up to big Ak­bay and his troops. They gave us pride. Si­lenc­ing Mukamba and his army at Bar­bour­fields is great for us. Take the re­main­ing points guys we are be­hind you. — Moyo The Great Mor­gan, Em­gan­wini, Bu­l­awayo.

WELL DONE to Bosso you played a blinder. Tough luck to DeMbare the game was on your side but you blew it in the later stages of the game. — Love­more Kashawo, Harare

I AM a boy in Form 2 at Rub­weruchena Se­condary School and I am look­ing for a schol­ar­ship. I do not have school fees but I want to study medicine af­ter my A-Level. I am there­fore ask­ing for as­sis­tance from all Zim­bab­weans. — Des­per­ate

BORDER strik­ers should learn to buy qual­ity strik­ers be­cause the team is lack­ing in strik­ers only. — Baleza, Tshantswi­lik­iti

NOTWITH­STAND­ING re­quire­ments for client con­fi­den­tial­ity, if some con­sumers can pub­licly be sued, Zesa should pe­ri­od­i­cally pub­lish the list of all debtors with a min­i­mum of the stated $13 000 and tell us what is be­ing done about each. The Gov­ern­ment, through the Min­istry of Fi­nance, must se­ri­ously con­sider off­set­ting util­ity debts against VAT re­mit­tances by Zesa and lo­cal au­thor­i­ties. Not do­ing so un­nec­es­sar­ily bal­loons debt fig­ures on both sides. — Be­nard Chamunorwa

WELL done to High­landers for pulling off a league dou­ble over Dy­namos for the first time in 10 years. What a re­mark­able feat they have achieved. It is clear that the mo­men­tum has shifted and the Glam­our Boys are not as glam­ourous right now. — Tendai Moyo, Gweru.

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