THERE is a block of flats situated between Connaught Avenue and Fort Street in Bulawayo and a health hazard is looming there Raw sewage effluent is always oozing behind this flat and stagnant, flies and other pests have become resident at this place. No one seems to take remedial or corrective measures before there is an outbreak of cholera etc. Children are at risk and neighbours no longer open their windows due to this stinky odour. May the relevant health department come to our rescue. — S Siwedi, Kingsdale, Bulawayo.
THIS is the time to expose wolves in sheep skin, time to select men from boys, time to shine for true sons and daughters of the soil. Time to llift the Zimbabwean flag high. — Nqobile Tshuma, Beggars on a Beach Of Gold, Filabusi.
SEPTEMBER 21, marks UN’s International Day of Peace with high priority of Peace, Peace and People. — Lovemore Kashawo, Harare.
WHO is the odd one out of this list of former DeMbare players now coaches. Yogi, Sunday Chidzambwa, Ndiraya, Mutasa? The answer is simple, Mutasa, as he was the only former player not to proceed to the next stage of Chibuku Super quarter-finals at the weekend. — Lovemore Kashawo, Harare.
EVERYTHING about Pastor Evan Mawarire is wrong. He was doing all of his gimmicks for his selfish ends. How can he campaign for continued sanctions at the IMF? He must stay where he is but not speak on behalf of all Zimbabweans. I personally believe Zanu-PF has not failed to manage the economy but a lot of political economy dynamics are at play. — Vahera, Harare
THE sports and arts in this country are terribly underfunded and I think that the biggest problem we face is that there is no clear leadership in these structures. We need credible faces to be able to attract financing to these sectors. Right now we lack enough trustworthy people or innovative individuals to think of ways to support the sector. Let us work on reforming our arts and sports sectors. — Gladys Ratisai, Mutare.
THE farming season will soon be upon us but with tight cash flows it might be difficult for farmers to acquire relevant inputs. I hope that the introduction of bond notes will change this situation. — Tafadzwa Gwara, Chegutu.