Chronicle (Zimbabwe) - - National News -

MIN­IS­TER Saviour Ka­sukuwere be­fore you pun­ish mo­torists for driv­ing into ur­ban ar­eas, kindly pro­vide al­ter­na­tive trans­port means that are both re­li­able and safe. On the is­sue of rich ur­ban­ites who do not con­trib­ute to road de­vel­op­ment, where do our car li­cence fees go to? — Paul, Bu­l­awayo

WISH­ING our Zim­sec sit­ting O-level can­di­dates all the best. Tip — have an open and fresh mind (of) mi­nus stress­ful think­ing. It also en­hances at the end and you will pass with fly­ing colours. — Love­more Kashawo

LAST week­end lo­cal Premier Soc­cer League, Match Day 27, was mav­er­ick, as it recorded a high scor­ing to­tal of 29 goals com­pared to the EPL’s 27 goal mark for the Match Day 8, so I do hereby change my ear­lier pro­jec­tion of all goals to be scored from 469 up to 501 pre­dic­tion. — Soc­cer Fan

AF­TER care­fully read­ing the late Ton­gai Dhewa Moyo’s his­tory I re­alised that he left an in­deli­ble mark on the lo­cal mu­sic scene. Dhewa died in 2011. RIP Dhewa. — Love­more Kashawo.

IT is tough and tricky for War­riors to face Sene­gal, Tu­nisia and Al­ge­ria. So they should also play Morocco, Egypt and Mali for friendlies! — Love­more Kashawo

IN­TER­EST­INGLY in the lat­est Caf rank­ings na­tions at No 2 Sene­gal, No 3 Al­ge­ria, and No 4 Tu­nisia, are also the na­tions in the same Af­con 2017 Group V with our War­riors and that’s to say they play the same type and style of foot­ball com­pet­i­tively. — L K, Harare

Min­is­ter Saviour Ka­sukuwere

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from Zimbabwe

© PressReader. All rights reserved.