PLEASE Zimbabweans thina abantu be Esigodini kasila HIV and Aids enengi. Abantu bokuza they are the ones, that is why even our cemetery at Habane it not full. For example they are too many prostitutes who stay at a local night club but they do not belong to Esigodini. — Orlando Zulu, Mawabeni, Esigodini.
MR Editor, I find it rather disturbing that in these trying times where Government is trying hard to pay its workers, staff at Bulawayo Polytechnic find it easy to milk the institution. Recently heads of department organised a dubious workshop at Inyathi and claimed over a $1 000 each for accommodation and other items. Instead of doing as per claims, they did not sleep there but were drove back using Government vehicles. Is that not abusing Government funds and double dealing? The responsible authority should act as the rot has deepened to alarming levels. —Disgruntled, North End,
INGWEBU Breweries why are you complaining that your opaque beer is making a loss yet you have raised your price from $3.70 to $4.80 a crate? You are putting yourselves out of business. Sorry for you. —Peter Banda
THANK you Bosso for silencing DeMbare this year. Bosso for life. — Jojo Elija, Kezi
CAN I suggest to the Zimbabwe Football Association (Zifa) which teams they should choose for friendlies without too much cost. First I put Zambia. This is because Zambia has always given the Warriors problems and will be out to prove that even if they failed to qualify they can still beat Zimbabwe. Secondly I put South Africa. Bafana Bafana is a team Zimbabwe can beat easily but can give the Warriors a good run considering their big wallet and infrastructure in their country. Thirdly I include Cote d’Ivoire or one of the West African countries which have always been difficult for the Warriors. — Chido Moyo
THE debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump made interesting watching the other day. I think it would be good if media houses in Zimbabwe organised such debates in our elections. The people should have an opportunity to interrogate their candidates from ward level all the way to the executive — Baba Tapiwa