I do not believe every rumour that circulates about other people. It does not sound quite right for someone to say she was a sex slave for three years yet she chose to sweep what she claims to be an abuse under the carpet. The Jah Prayzah and Gonyeti sex scandal is a fabricated story that seeks to injure and defame the reputation of a risen Jah Prayzah. Where was this lady all these years and why was she silent about the case? Let us get our facts straight before we comment on some issues. — Afiki Igwe Mbiya, Cowdray Park, Bulawayo.
THE past Arsenal game goal against Burnley, was it the hand of God? — Lovemore Kashawo, Harare.
FOR its capital expenditure, Zesa should try to raise funding internally rather than externally, unless its equity investment is in its thermal power plants projects. There is no harm, for example, in Eskom of South Africa taking a 40 to 60 percent stake in Hwange 7 and 8 in return for a power off-take agreement for an equal percentage of the power to be generated. The bulk of Zesa’s debt book should also be sold to local institutions that can pay for it over a 12-month period in equal instalments. — Moto Muzhinji, Harare.
FOLLOWING the audit that revealed rampant corruption at Zimra, the public expects to see prosecutions. Those who were involved should be held responsible for their actions. We need to take a firm stance against corruption and not just pay lip service to it. — Reginald Ncube, Bulawayo.
A UNITED Zanu-PF, as the ruling party, should be able to support Government economic programmes aimed at alleviating the plight of the masses, given the ravaging negative effects of the illegal sanctions imposed by the West. It is only a united revolutionary family that can defeat the sinister, nefarious and desperate neo-liberal political activities that have recently been characterised by Western sponsored violence in our motherland. — Cde Mzvinavhu, Harare.