PRESIDENT Mugabe is right not to sign the Special Economic Zones Bill. The section that seeks to remove the application of the Labour Act is in violation of our own Constitution as well as our international obligations. The International Labour Organisation censured Zimbabwe in June 2016 about that Bill. International research has shown that countries that banned the application of labour laws have not benefited much. In fact you cannot grow an economy by selling out your own people as incentives to inventors. — Progress Mutimutema, Harare
I THINK Dr Joice Mujuru was seeking relevance with her Constitutional Court application to stop bond notes. This issue was approved by the President a long time ago and I don’t know why people want to make fools of themselves when they know very well that once something has been approved at the highest office in the land, there is no going back. Dr Mujuru must wait until she gets into power, if ever fortune befalls her, then she can introduce her own policies, currencies, etc. — Eliah Dube, Gweru
HOW are the Warriors preparations for Afcon 2017 shaping up? First of all, have Zifa begun the process of securing funds for our team? There are so many issues that can be dealt with now such as transport, accommodation and diet. We need to put on a good showing at the tournament and Zifa need to get the preparations going now. — Edward Saungweme.