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THANK in­deed Honourable Pa­trick Chi­na­masa, the Min­is­ter of Fi­nance and Eco­nomic Devel­op­ment for the ster­ling ef­forts you re­cently took to reg­u­larise our in­debt­ed­ness to the IMF by timeously pay­ing off in full the ar­rears on the debt for the good of our ail­ing econ­omy. It was a job bravely and boldly well done. — EL Muk­w­ereza, Chi­tung­wiza you MAYBE the bond notes should come then I can get my salary and pay for my bills. I can­not con­tinue to have my wa­ter and elec­tric­ity cut when the com­pany owes me thou­sands of dol­lars. — S Banda, Mag­wegwe

I WAS very sur­prised by the ap­par­ently crooked and warped rea­son­ing of some Zanu-PF “so called mem­bers” who de­cided to vote for Mr Temba Mliswa as their MP. After hav­ing voted him out as the Chair­man of Zanu-PF in Nor­ton and in the whole of Mashona­land West, they sud­denly voted him in as their MP de­spite the al­ready vis­i­ble ef­forts by the los­ing can­di­date to be ac­tu­ally sink­ing bore­holes for all of them. They ig­nored cheap state res­i­den­tial stands via Chipanga and the Hon. Ka­sukuwere to all ‘youths’ of all colours with­out dis­crim­i­na­tion but meet­ing the Lo­cal Au­thor­ity’s cri­te­rion in full. — EL Muk­w­ereza, Chi­tung­wiza 0773596888

BCC must stop wa­ter cuts. As NRZ work­ers we are not paid. We can not put food on the ta­ble we are liv­ing on wa­ter only. If BCC cuts our wa­ter sup­ply we will have no drink and no ‘‘food.’’ Please BCC hear our cries. — Gil­bert Mu­lauzi, Bu­l­awayo.

I AM deeply worried about the rapid drop of our stan­dard of play, lo­cally. When will we get an­other player in the mould of Peter Ndlovu. It is re­ally an in­sult to the whole soc­cer fra­ter­nity that our cur­rent top goal scorer sits on 11 goals. Surely tar­gets should be set by ad­min­is­tra­tors for re­wards. Getting a loaf of bread is the best re­ward for net­ting such goals. — Mkaro Ca­dias, Gweru

I SALUTE CSA Ma­jor Gen­eral Dou­glas Nyika­yaramba for his com­ment about the cor­rup­tion amongst gov­ern­ment of­fi­cials. Surely this can­cer­ous is­sue is go­ing to de­stroy the na­tion if not han­dled with care. This is very painful be­cause our Pres­i­dent, Cde RG Mu­gabe is try­ing his best to make all suf­fer­ing cit­i­zens make their ends meet but those who are trusted by the Pres­i­dent are the ones who are let­ting him down. — uM­zombi kaNkalakatha, Zvisha­vane

Min­is­ter Pa­trick Chi­namsa

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