Chronicle (Zimbabwe) - - National News -

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

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