Chronicle (Zimbabwe) - - National News -

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.

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