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I WOULD like to say thank you very much for your in­for­ma­tive pa­per. I en­joy your cov­er­age es­pe­cially the col­umn which takes us way back that is The Chron­i­cle 25 and 50 years ago. This is good to make us see where we came from in Sports, Busi­ness, Pol­i­tics and So­cial Life. — LTD, Kezi, Maphisa

WE would like to bring to your at­ten­tion what I con­sider as acts of sab­o­tage at Bu­l­awayo Abat­toirs, part of Grills group of com­pa­nies. Surely how does one jus­tify a price of $95 on ser­vice, slaugh­ter. Other abat­toirs pro­vide the same ser­vice at rea­son­able rates i.e. be­tween $30 and $40. I think the above­men­tioned abat­toir is out to frus­trate in­dige­nous owned butcheries. We call upon the re­spon­si­ble author­i­ties to in­ves­ti­gate this mad­ness. — Con­cerned Bu­l­awayo Res­i­dent

CAN I ask some­thing about ZRP Esigo­dini op­er­a­tions. How can you mount three road­blocks within a dis­tance of less than 20km? From Mbal­a­bala to Esigo­dini toll­gate there are three road­blocks, li­siseben­zisa nz­ima shame, may the Gov­ern­ment and author­i­ties take mea­sures against this cor­rup­tion. — Moyo, Fi­l­abusi

TEMA and Esigo­dini Coun­cil may you please put a fence at the dump­ing site since you failed to con­trol cat­tle. They feed them­selves on dirty things and from there the farm­ers slaugh­ter them. That is very un­healthy be­cause there are also used con­doms and most things from the nearby main hos­pi­tal. — Or­lando Zulu, Mawabeni, Esigo­dini

HOW au­then­tic are the HIV/Aids sta­tis­tics. It was Gwanda then Zvisha­vane and now Esigo­dini. Fact, small ar­eas are easy tar­gets but how true is it. — Maxxie, Gwanda

THE res­i­dents of Four Winds, Hill­side West, New­ton West and Eloana want a re­sponse and ac­tion on the is­sue of Blue Turkey Sports Bar. How was land al­lo­cated and how is it al­lowed to op­er­ate as it is do­ing at Re­treat Shop­ping Cen­tre? Who was con­sulted and who gave the go ahead for that es­tab­lish­ment to op­er­ate the Tshisa Nyama Side and in the man­ner it is do­ing in a res­i­den­tial area? The Mayor, area Coun­cil­lor, Town Clerk and ZRP are in pos­ses­sion of a pe­ti­tion signed by 94 house­holds and a ho­tel com­plain­ing about the noise lev­els dis­turb­ing the peace in the area and low­er­ing of stan­dards of liv­ing due to the at­trac­tion of crim­i­nal and un­de­sir­able el­e­ments to the neigh­bour­hood, for al­most a year now. For­tu­nately for the area res­i­dents, through the re­search done and in­for­ma­tion given, it is clear that things were pur­posely done to the ex­clu­sion of the res­i­dents and their knowl­edge or con­sent for the es­tab­lish­ment to op­er­ate in such a man­ner. Enough is enough. The rel­e­vant author­i­ties must act. — Fed Up & Up­set. Hill­side West.

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