TRUE justice must not only be done, but must also be seen to be done, and to everyone regardless of political affiliation and office held. No one should be immune to prosecution for criminal behaviour. Laws are regulations that should be followed and obeyed so one can discharge their duty. Those accused of corruption must stand trial for their crimes and if they are found to be innocent then they can be let free. — R Sambiri, Harare. BOND notes are certainly a welcome development. Thank you Dr Mangudya and Minister Chinamasa. We were sick and tired of waiting for long hours in meandering bank queues on a daily basis to withdraw our salaries. While bond notes will not entirely solve cash shortages, they will certainly ameliorate the shortages and render us some relief. — Takudzwa Moyo, Mutare.
THE POSB employees who leaked the bond note pictures deserved to be fired. How do they compromise the security of the bank like that and think they will get off scot free? There is no heroism on the part of these employees. They shot themselves in the foot by trying to be heroes on a social media that has more faceless and heartless people who only want to use others when it suits them. What interests did they fulfil at the cost of their jobs? Bond notes are in circulation today and their ‘bravado’ did not stop them. — Denver Chitsito, Gweru . WELL done to Caps United. No team helped you win this championship. For the past two seasons, you have been assisting other teams on the final day to win the championship. You did it on your own. — Cecil, Harare.
Caps United players celebrate after winning the Premiership title last Saturday