LOST is a driver’s licence and ID card for Ndabezinhle Mamane. If found kindly call 0778 367 544. — Mamane, Bulawayo
I REMEMBER through this feedback section urging bakers to bake half loaves. Indeed, now two major bakeries have taken my plea into consideration. Thank you bakers. — Lovemore Kashawo.
CAN the people’s government please intervene and help its voters. Zesa has cut off electricity at Entumbane suburbs, saying that people should pay their bills in instalments. — Andy
THE Minister of Finance announced in December 2015 that the Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) was going to install closed circuit television at the country’s borders starting with Beitbridge Border Post. As a concerned and interested citizen, I was waiting for the day the tender was going to be advertised in the press. To my surprise, during the mid-term fiscal policy review, the minister announced that phase one of the project has already been completed. If we are to be serious in eliminating corruption and if we want good corporate principles to be observed at Zimra, these projects must be tendered in a transparent manner. We need to plug taxpayers’ funds leakages. Tax payers’ funds need to be used in a transparent manner. They are sweating to pay these funds. — Concerned Citizen
YOU wrote yesterday that the rattled civil servants have demanded that Government commits itself on paper to pay their bonuses. It should be very easy. The bond notes will ride to the rescue in a joint operation of both quantitative easing and financial repression. It may also herald Zim-exit from the US dollar community. — Chirorodziva
IT would be very naïve and folly for the Zanu-PF Government to succumb to the opposition’s demands. These opposition parties only want to satisfy their political ambitions, and must convince the electorate if ever they are to get into Government come election time. The Government must stamp its authority and ensure that those organising demonstrations which infringe on the rights of others are dealt with severely. The electorate is not foolish and people make informed decisions. — Vahera, Wedza