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WELL done to the au­di­tors who han­dled Mr Ger­shem Pasi’s mis­de­meanours. This only goes to show how some of these bosses have been com­pro­mis­ing Gov­ern­ment’s ef­forts to fight graft. It is em­bar­rass­ing, but in this case, who re­ally is this Ms Msem­buri to Ger­shem Pasi? — Anony­mous

MANY will be sur­prised that God is ac­tu­ally talk­ing to Prophet Madungwe, but many Zim­bab­weans would rather have the Ma­gaya and Makandiwa kind of prophets who preach what you want to hear . . . Je­sus is com­ing soon and many will be in shock. — Tash

ED­U­CA­TION is im­por­tant, but there is more to ed­u­ca­tion than read­ing books and fol­low­ing the teacher’s in­struc­tions. Chil­dren need to be taught soft skills that are im­por­tant in life such as public speak­ing, cre­ativ­ity, and to de­velop habits that are re­quired to achieve suc­cess in any pro­fes­sion such as per­sis­tence, es­cap­ing from their com­fort zones and not be­ing afraid to fail. — Fu­ture Leader

DY­NAMOS are an odd foot­ball team. They pick up form to­wards the very end of the sea­son when there is noth­ing left to fight for. They do not have the com­pet­i­tive ur­gency ex­pected of a pro­fes­sional foot­ball team. — Jonso

Mr Ger­shem Pasi

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