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Chronicle (Zimbabwe) - - National News -

ZIM­BABWE is ca­pa­ble of solv­ing its own prob­lems and other in­vis­i­ble hands are not wel­come. Zec works in­de­pen­dently and that is a con­sti­tu­tional po­si­tion which should be re­spected. — Kunta Kinte BOTH RBZ gov­er­nor Dr John Man­gudya and Fi­nance Min­is­ter Patrick Chi­na­masa seem con­fused on the bond notes is­sue. The con­flict­ing state­ments by the two is con­fus­ing us. In­deed, Zim­bab­weans are more than scared of the in­tro­duc­tion of the bond notes and true, the ini­tia­tors of this “pro­ject”, Man­gudya and Chi­na­masa, have made mat­ters worse — Mimi

PLAY­ERS like Os­car Machapa should not be in­cluded in the na­tional team at this point, they may be per­form­ing for their clubs but there is some­thing called team co­her­ence. This is what has let Zim­babwe down at all the pre­vi­ous tour­na­ments, call­ing peo­ple up un­nec­es­sar­ily at the last minute. In 2006, they called up Gift Muzadzi out of the blue and he cost the team. — Jimmy.

I AM glad the US pres­i­den­tial elec­tion run has come to a con­clu­sion. It was fast be­com­ing an an­noy­ance. There are other is­sues that de­serve scru­tiny in this world and two im­ma­ture elec­toral can­di­dates in Amer­ica do not fit the cri­te­ria. — Baba John

THE Me­te­o­ro­log­i­cal Depart­ment pre­dicted early rains and here we are wal­low­ing in un­for­giv­ing heat. They are be­com­ing un­re­li­able each pass­ing sea­son. — An­noyed

Dr John Man­gudya

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