Chronicle (Zimbabwe) - - National News -

THANK you Bosso for si­lenc­ing DeMbare this year. Bosso for life. — Jojo, Kezi.

THE ar­ti­cle in yes­ter­day’s edi­tion ex­poses the West. The West is be­hind hu­man rights abuses in Africa since the for­ma­tion of the UN in 1945. In fact, since long be­fore that. The USA, France and Bri­tain were the ma­jor coun­tries be­hind slav­ery and colo­nial­ism in Africa to­gether with Por­tu­gal, Spain and Italy. Zim­bab­weans need to know that all African prob­lems are started by these coun­tries; read your his­tory. — Adam Foto, Harare.

WHILE we ap­pre­ci­ate the build­ing of a new Par­lia­ment build­ing and the as­sis­tance with rice from the Chi­nese, these are mi­nor projects which do not have a ma­jor im­pact. I per­son­ally would want to see the speedy im­ple­men­ta­tion of the en­ergy mega projects like the one pro­posed for Hwange. Such deals or projects bring a lot of devel­op­ment and cre­ate jobs. Let us go big be­cause our econ­omy needs such projects. — Baba Vim­bai, Hwange. VI­O­LENCE should never be an op­tion in any sit­u­a­tion. If Zim­bab­weans do not agree let them find le­gal ways of deal­ing with their dis­putes. We can­not af­ford to have peo­ple in­jured, lose prop­erty or their lives due to un­nec­es­sary vi­o­lence. Let us keep peace and be re­spon­si­ble cit­i­zens. — Taku waMambo, Mbare.

VELD fires are one in­stance where main­te­nance of law and or­der do not de­pend on the po­lice force, but the val­ues and morals of a peo­ple. Let us look af­ter our en­vi­ron­ment and pro­tect the ar­eas that we in­habit. It should not be man against na­ture, but man liv­ing in har­mony with na­ture. — Shingi Moyo, Rusape.

File photo of demon­stra­tions in Bu­l­awayo

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