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SHAME Ian Khama has wasted re­sources for the Botswana peo­ple. Some time to tell the United Na­tions that all the di­a­monds in his coun­try be­long to (De Beers) and that he was des­per­ate for a fam­ily, a very lonely man in­deed. — M. Tshuma Chipale, Binga,

SHOCK­ING, what is hap­pen­ing at the Bu­l­awayo City Coun­cil. How did all that hap­pen? Does the coun­cil not have check­ing mea­sures in place. Th­ese cor­rupt hap­pen­ings are far wider than what has been re­vealed so far. As res­i­dents we de­mand com­plete trans­parency and feed­back in or­der that the City of Kings sur­vives this onslaught. — Mohamed Esat IAN Khama like his un­cles in the West is an agent of desta­bil­i­sa­tion. He wants to desta­bilise Zim­babwe so that in­vestors shun Zim­babwe for Botswana. Khama, like Mor­gan Ts­van­gi­rai, Joice Mu­juru and Evan Mawarire, has ma­li­cious in­ten­tions when it comes to this coun­try, Zim­babwe. Th­ese are self-serv­ing in­di­vid­u­als. No mat­ter what peo­ple might say about the Pres­i­dent, let us not act un­con­sti­tu­tion­ally. He was elected to serve un­til 2018 and this is what he should do. — L. Makombe, Harare

AS a farmer I am look­ing for­ward to the com­mand agri­cul­ture pro­gramme. My plea is that busi­nesses also sup­port Gov­ern­ment ef­forts. Now more than ever we need to work to­gether as Zim­bab­weans. If we be­lieve in each other and sup­port each other’s ef­forts, we can be suc­cess­ful. — Anon

Ian Khama

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